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Old December 9, 2012, 09:56 PM   #15
tkglazie
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Originally Posted by Misssissippi Dave View Post
The first rule I have for anyone thinking of reloading is to save your brass. Many indoor ranges these days say any brass that hits the floor is their brass. Most also will let you keep your revover brass since it isn't hitting the floor. Starline does make the best new brass that I have ever heard of. Winchester brass is also very good.

Saving your brass is step one. Getting some reading in about reloading is step two. A book like the ABC's of Reloading will go a long way to furthering your Continuing education to a great hobby.
Great advice. I will add that if pennies are tight, and you have an Amazon Prime account, the ABCs are available for free via the Amazon Lending Library

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