Let's say you don't necessarily want to spend that much money or devote space to reloading equipment. Try a Lee Loader! The Lee Loader is a classic reloading kit that's been around for decades. It isn't expensive (they start around $30) and the whole kit is about the size as a set of drill bits. The only thing you'll need besides the kit and consumables is a plastic mallet. The Lee Loader includes dies, taps, and a couple of other bits. You can use it to deprime, resize, prime, load and crimp a cartridge by hand. A few taps of the hammer and you're good. Clean your cases first, but they actually work..
Thing about Lee Loaders, though, is that you have to buy one for the caliber you're going to be reloading. Want to do 9mm reloading? You'll have to buy the loading kit for it, but you can start turning out 9mm rounds. Same goes for .45 ACP, .357 Magnum, .38 Special and more. There are also Lee Loaders for rifle ammunition. .30-06 reloading? Want to give a 150-grain Nosler Partition a bit more zip? Totally doable. Want to do .223 reloading? Same thing...but there is a caution. Lee Loaders only size the neck of the round. Semi-auto, lever-action and pump-action rifles require the entire case to be sized, so the AR crowd is going to have to invest in a reloading kit that will size the whole case. That said, semi-auto pistol and bolt-action rifle rounds are fine..
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