View Single Post
Old June 4, 2012, 08:13 AM   #57
Senior Member
Join Date: November 22, 2006
Posts: 2,686
There is much less going on or things you have to look out for reloading than when you drive your car to the store. I started loading on a progressive ($130 SD) 27 years ago at 13, if it required more than proper attention and average skill, I wouldn't have made it this far. Its not mystical, as some might suggest but results can be dangerous if you are careless.

As for tolerance stacking, the number of parts on a reloading machine are minuscule compared to the number of parts in the machines that assemble factory ammo, not to mention all of the components.
jmorris is online now  
Page generated in 0.03868 seconds with 7 queries