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November 26, 2008, 07:51 AM

Originally Posted by VFR Matt View Post
How is the reloading working out for you? The last time I looked into reloading, the equipment could be had for a good price. The problem was the cost of shot and primers. The only way to beat a factory load was to buy in large qty. And I'm talking pallet sizes. I spent many years in my families basement reloading 12, 20, 28, 410 gauges. 12ga reloader was a Pacific that made one round each time you pulled the handle. The other gauges were standard MEC's that required five pulls per one load.
I did the math a long time ago and for .45 long colt it definitely makes it almost half. 1 box of ammo at the store is around $20, I can reload it for almost half. For .45 acp and others I can find ammo cheap enough that it isn't worth it. Reloading was also something I just wanted to learn about and my step-dad is big into it and reloads everything.

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