I had to box up my Dillon reloading system when we moved back in 07 and never got around to setting it up again. It's been shrink wrapped and boxed for 9 years. Now I've finally got a workshop and space to set it up again and get back into it. I've got a couple thousand rounds of brass and bullets in 9mm,.44 & .45 along with primers still boxed up, but will need to restock powder and other related supplies. But I'm wondering, just out of curiosity mainly, what the cost of reloading is now, compared to buying factory loads. I just bought some over the counter Federal 9mm & 45 auto at .24 & .35 per round. That sure seems cheap. My reloading log book is also still boxed with the other stuff so I'm not sure what the cost per round was back when I was actively reloading.