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    Local brass reloading

    Does anyone know a place preferable in new England but it doesn't really matter, where I can send my .38 and .357 brass to have it reloaded? I save all my brass and I don't reload but would like to have someone do it for me for a better price than buying factory ammo. I did a quick good search but figured I would ask her for a reputable place. Thanks!
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    How much brass are you talking about? Most commercial reloaders buy in bulk and probably wouldn't be interested. I don't know that I'd trust some guy who offers to reload it for you.

    Best bet would be to sell the brass (gun club that has reloaders, E-Bay, etc.) and use the $ to buy more ammo.
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    I do not know where you can find someone like that. I personally do not think that it should be a very good idea; how can you be sure about what that person did?
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    When you consider the cost of shipping to and from and the cost of the reloading, you're probably paying more than new ammo would cost. Sounds like a good time to learn reloading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GM View Post
    I do not know where you can find someone like that. I personally do not think that it should be a very good idea; how can you be sure about what that person did?
    what? Is this English?

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    In my humble opinion, you are not having all the fun of shooting. If it were me, I would buy an in-expensive reloader and start doing my own. It's much cheaper, an I think half the fun of going to the range. A lee loader, scale and reloading book, you should be able to start. once you get liking it, my bet is you will want a BLUE PRESS progresssive press. But thats just my $0.02, your mioleage may vary....................LOL
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