Originally Posted by VegasGunGirl
I would need a trust worthy instructor to teach me. I don't think it's anything I can just start doing on my own. I've always just bought ammo. I don't even know anyone that reloads. I can get all the casing I want. The gun range gives them for free. I just don't know if I would trust myself to do it right. Ugh. Hey at least I'm honest.
Do not be afraid, the good folks at Dillon Percision make a variety of reloaders and the even make a Sqaure Deal B - pistol reloader already set up w dies in your choice of caliber. Easy to swap out as well. 800 762-3845. Get their mthly mag Blue Point Press sp it has some great articles in it.
They will walk you through the whole process as well as help you troubleshoot. The people on this forum will help as well. Whole lotta knowledge on this forum.
I have mine set up on a portable stand and a lockable cover. Why ? I can move it into the light and work until done then put it away. It's for people w no room.
Reloading really helps w the cost in larger calibers and allows you to tailor a load to almost any firearm. POA = POI. (or buy Adj. sights)