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Old 12-26-2012, 05:11 PM   #11
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I was fortunate to have had all of my reloading equipment given to me. I reload .45acp .270wsm make it worth it for me I also do some .223 but it isn't financially worth it.
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If you go front cabin and buy the best, a basic reloading set ip will cost less than $500. Two cases of factory 9mm will cost more than that.

And if ammo is ever rationed, you will be in the driver's seat.
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