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Old October 8, 2012, 10:52 AM   #38
rclark
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One thing about reloading though, is once you have the basic equipment, it will last a lifetime. So then the cost is just cartridge components.... As we have always said ... you don't save money ... but enables you to shoot more .

Since I started back in the early 80s, the only 'reloading' equipment I've bought since, is die sets as needed or an occasional shell holder for the most part. Haven't found a need to 'get the latest stuff'... Oh last year I did finally get a bullet puller as I needed one for the first time ever.... Of course there was the chronograph ... and a check weight set .... .
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A clinger. When guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns. Single Action .45 Colt (Sometimes improperly referred to by its alias as the .45 'Long' Colt or .45LC). Don't leave home without it. Ok.... the .44Spec is growing on me ... but the .45 Colt is still king.
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