what is the cost diff from buying new and reloading old figure in supplies and time and equip isnt it cheaper to buy new
See, I just learned something about my reloading press...Garand said:Actually if you buy something like an RCBS Rockchucker, you can use both pistol, rifle & shotgun dies on the same press. At the start reloading on a single stage press is slow, but you don't rush quality.
My thoughts exactly! I just get to shoot more for the sdame amount of money! I also find that reloading is spare time that I couldn't get away to the range, anyway, so it doesn't reduce the amount of time i spend shooting. It does increase time I'm working with firearms instead of wasting time doing something I enjoy less.pasquot said:What i have found is i don't save any money but i shoot a lot more for the same money. I have come to enjoy reloading.
I'm confused. Is that better or worse than sitting on a little bunk staring at the bars on your prison cell and fantasizing about freedom better or worse than your above assumption? Since you've done both (and still seem to be dreaming about your ability to this day), which one is worse?andy said:You'd be ahead to dryfire and work on your draw instead, but then lames aint concerned with real performance, anyway. They'd rather sit around with their boxes full of ammo, like midas admiring his gold, and FANTASIZE about what all they can "achieve" with their guns.