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Old October 8, 2012, 06:57 AM   #22
Amsdorf
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The other thing to keep in mind when these reloading discussions come up is that you do have to take into account:

(1) Investment in equipment and supplies.
(2) Time.

My time is valuable, and how I manage it is important. I'm only given 24 hours in a day and if I determine I wish to "invest" my time in a particular activity, I need to take that into account.

There is a cost, in terms of time, to reloading.

It is a great hobby, it is relaxing, it is interesting and you do "save money" if the only thing you take into account are your actual financial cost.

But it does require time..and time is money too.

At this point, I'm happy to sell my spent brass, reduce my round count, and save time by not reloading.

FWIW.
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