Originally Posted by therewolf
One rifle for many types of hunting.
IF you reload, you can run 110 grain rounds in a 30.06,
and that would open the caliber up to smaller game.
But you don't see them on a gun store shelf anywhere.
i agree that reloading opens up more options than what a person is limited to in just using factory loaded ammo.
better and more bullet options in type and weight. using slower burning powders can even help with reduced felt recoil. the ability to make premium ammo, that is fine tuned to a particular rifle at a cheaper price than the premium factory ammo.
yes, reloading opens up lots of options for the hunter or shooter.