Interested in reloading ammo? Good on you - the DIY ethic should remain alive and well. For people who do a good amount of shooting, it's a great way to save some cash. For people who like to experiment responsibly and have particular requirements of their ammunition, it's a good way to ensure you get what you want. If you're careful, that is. As many upsides as there are...a lot can go wrong! So how do you get started? Find out here on this forum
Frontier Justice Resident Gunsmith, Stu Clark, discusses what you need to start reloading ammunition on your own. Reloading tools include a reloading press, reloading dies, powder dispenser, powder scale, calipers, case cleaner for cartridges, and a reloading manual, which is basically a recipe book for different types of ammunition.
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