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Old November 23, 2012, 09:20 AM   #2
Brian Pfleuger
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Given the cost to try, no I wouldn't do that unless it was a gun I didn't like.

There's nothing horrendously difficulty about reloading any particular round but the 5.7 is undoubtedly more complicated than others. I've researched it a bit because I'd like to get one some day. It has it's issues but nothing that dissuades me.

Sounds like you've got brass, dies are readily available, bullets aren't a problem. It's a $40 experiment.
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