Welcome to your newest addiction! Once you get the hang of reloading, you will be turning them out like a pro and shooting more often.
Where are you located? Maybe if your close enough someone will show you how to do it. I think I read all my reloading manuals at least three times before I actually reloaded my first round. I use the RockChucker also and I love it.
Go through your book(s) (You really need to get a few more reloading manuals) and pick out the bullet/powder you want to use. I would highly recommend post #4 as a starting point.
I have only been reloading for a few years and I have called my combinations recipes. I keep them on a recipe card and write notes about the way the round performed, which guns it was used in and I keep them all in a recipe box.
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