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Old July 3, 2013, 10:06 AM   #12
TXGunNut
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Been loading over 30 years, casting for the last couple. I'm a confirmed bachelor (most years ) so I do what I want. I'm deep into four figures just considering dies, presses, benches, scales, moulds, pots and measuring equipment. Then there's the 18X21 casting/case cleaning workshop I'm building.
These days I figure each new cartridge I load for costs me about $300 to get set up, including a small supply of brass, dies, moulds, shell holder, sizing dies and custom flaring tools (as necessary).
Costs a lot of money to save a few bucks on ammo!
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