Looking for opinions on reloading; startup costs, savings, difficulty...
Ok, I think I'd like to start reloading but I'm hoping I can pick some brains and get some ideas before I go any further, so I'll give you my scenario and let you folks already doing this give me some pointers.
For right now, I would probably only care about reloading for 9mm, .40 and .45 since those are the three calibers I shoot 'often'. I would really like to shoot more than I currently do, but I would realistically estimate reloading maybe 200-300 rounds a month.
I don't need/want the latest and greatest equipment since I'm looking to maximize the return on my investment but I would want quality equipment.
Based on that, is it economically worth it to reload? If so, about how much cash would I need for a decent setup? I enjoy doing things for myself so I'm going to assume I would enjoy reloading, but I don't want to sink a bunch of cash into something and not see a monetary savings since I could just continue to purchase factory ammo and just not shoot as much as I would like.
As always, thanks for the advice and guidance!