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Old 01-08-2009, 05:42 AM   #11
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The question was raised during the many exchanges of views aired when the process of home loading was debated. It has long been the practice of shooters to re-load their own ammunition which enables them to 'tailor-fit' the ammunition to the gun and thereby improve accuracy. Virtually all calibres of ammunition can be re-loaded with perhaps the only exception being .22 rimfire. Reloading costs considerably less per round than factory loaded ammunition which is a compelling reason to re-load.Before you start to reload, talk to other shooters. They will be all too willing to help and answer those 'frequently asked questions' and will save you lots of research. The process itself can be quite therapeutic and there is nothing like opening your shooting bag on the range and lifting out boxes of gleaming, lovingly home loaded ammunition which you know is going to perform well and give you
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