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Old February 3, 2013, 01:33 PM   #28
cdbeagle
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Join Date: January 3, 2012
Location: Justin Texas
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If the intent is to reload for the long haul and you can find bullets and primers, go for it.

If you are trying to get around the lack of available ammo, you may be getting at the back of the line.

check out supplies before you spend a dime.
I have been intending on getting in to reloading for quite a while because of the cost of 6.5x55 and .380 ammo. This new scare made me decide to do it now because my son and I got AR-15's at the beginning of November and .223 ammo if you can find it is way over priced, the same with .380. But if I cannot get brass, bullets, etc. then it is probably better to wait on pulling the trigger on buying the equipment. On the other hand, if I can get powder and primers I can start working on loads for my 6.5x55. I don't know what to do now.
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