I am interested in reloading, but don't want to sink tons of money into it. Any helpful suggestions are welcomed.
I was thinking under $400 for the press, 9mm dies, scale, a pound of powder, some pistol primers, and some lead bullets. I know next to nothing about reloading and the accompanying costs.Please explain "tons of money."
While the initial investment can be considerable, the amount of ammunition you reload will determine whether or not you actually realize any cost savings, or not.
Many people will tell you that any money you save will only be spent on more shooting.
I can't really agree with you, Sonny. Using the Handloading Cost Calculator, I figured I reload 9mm for approx $7.08/box of 50reloading 9MM is not a money saver,esp once 9MM gets back to normal pricing
on average you can save a few bucks per 100 thats all
Most reloaders myself included did not reload for the cash savings but more for fun of the hobby
which offers IMO better more accurate ammo you can customize and experiment with ...As for equipment ,well you DO get what you pay for.