|I will add more
to this Reloading Introduction page as I have some "spare"
time, but for now I'll keep it short and sweet.
If you are a shooter, you should probably
also be a reloader as well. You will likely NOT save money by reloading,
but you will be able to load your ammunition more economically than by
buying commercial/factory ammunition. Thus, you will be able to shoot
more for the same money.
My reasons for reloading are not
economically based... I reload because I like having control over what I
feed my weapon.
With proper attention to equipment,
procedure, and components, I can produce ammunition that is a great deal
more accurate than I can buy "off the shelf".
||I use a Dillon
Precision RL550B progressive reloading press fully decked out with all
the available accessories.
Currently, I am in the middle of a couple
of projects with an eye toward making the RL550B produce ammunition that
is even more consistent than it will out of the box.
Why? because I am an incurable tweaker,
and that's what I do.
Check back in this section regularly as I
will periodically do formal write-ups of my projects and publish them