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Why Reload?

Howdy all, I want to give a brief overview of the reloading process. Ill write a long winded detailed guide later on.

Hornady Pro-jector
I keep a reloader at my computer desk for spontaneous reloading.

But first, why reload?  Maybe your plan is to save money, maybe you want to custom tailor your loads, or maybe you just think its fun. Or maybe all three.  There goes an old saying, if you want something done right, do it yourself.  This is especially true in the world of reloading.  When reliability really matters, professional shooters almost always reload their own bullets.  This is the only way to achieve near perfect reliability and consistency.

Saving money

Once your reloading equipment is set up, reloading can indeed save you money. However, you will have to figure out how many reloads it will take for you to break even with your ammo costs. How long this is depends on how much you shoot. Your equipment will pay for itself quicker the more you shoot.  You can save even more by casting your own bullets, but ill get into that later.

Custom loads
An additional benefit of reloading your own ammo is you can customize it to exactly fit your weapon and your purposes.  You also gain the flexibility to customize your own loads that are not available in stores.  Going hunting? Load up high velocity rounds with some extra powder. Just going plinking? Use a little less powder and save money.


She handles my heavy loads like a boss!

Gratification Gratification Gratification
Doesn’t it make you feel good when you did something yourself?  Its all the better when you think of how much money you are saving over the long haul.

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