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Old August 20, 2012, 04:28 PM   #11
rclark
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I would not reload 9mm. But I think I will for 45 colt.
Oh.... once you get your equipment ... you'll eventually reload for 9mm too . Why? Because reloading isn't just about cost saving.... It is about finding the best loads possible for your revolver or pistol (or rifle). The satisfaction of rolling your own. Trying to find that 'perfect' load.... And it's fun!! I reload for all the calibers I shoot and haven't bought a factory load for ~30 years (other than .22 of course). Doesn't take long to 'recoup' the cost of your reloading equipment. As a bonus it allows you to shoot twice as much for the same amount of money.... so in the long run it really doesn't save you the $$ you 'thought' you would be saving LOL .
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