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Old 12-27-2016, 03:07 AM   #1
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Old 12-27-2016, 04:47 AM   #2
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I just thought it was rather interesting the first picture was of a bunch of .22 Rimfire.

I do agree with the article. It is like in the old days with shelling peas and butterbeans. You knew you had a good meal ahead of your. With reloading you have some good shooting ahead of you.

It is relaxing and productive at the same time.

Thanks for the article.
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I'm retired, living on a fixed income. I shoot ~800 rounds per month. Reloading allows me to enjoy a sport I love.

I've some loads you can try for 45acp, .357mag, 9mm, and 5.56 if anyone is interested.
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Just sold and donated my reloading stuff.
We will see how that goes.
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I got into reloading because of the ammo shortage.
Ammo started getting scarce soon after Obama got elected. It just got a lot worse after Newtown, and his re election.
I think his cementing a 2nd term had more to do with the shortage. The Feds started buying up all the ammo.

I got into it, for the cost saving and learning. I charted all costs, and figured my equipment out to 5000 rounds.
I find the cost savings to be 30% and better.
That is buying quality components.

I have learned a lot, and because of the powder shortage, I ended up experimenting a lot.
Now I settled on Titegroup and a back up Power Pistol. No doubts because I tried several others.
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