Would like to hear the opinions of others....
Does anyone see the value in a "Reloading Club"? For example, dedicate storefront space and build out reloading stations and charge reloaders to come rent a station for a particular amount of time in order to reload their components.
Host/facilitate monthly workshops with ex-military, police, SWAT, gunsmith etc to teach/train various reloading topics.
Offer secure in store storage for components.
Sell ammunition components.
Develop a loss prevention process to eliminate reloading equipment (press, die, conversion kits, etc) from "walking away".
I'm wondering if a "Reloading Club" would address a need for relaoders when someone cant justify the expense/space it takes to set up a reloading system/process in their own home.