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Old 11-14-2012, 12:57 AM   #31
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I just target shoot. Im shooting 1" groups at 100yds. I dont get to shoot as much as I want. Guess I need to buy a reloader
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Old 11-14-2012, 01:16 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by Rick1967 View Post
I don't shoot 22/250. But I checked The cheapest brand they had was 65 cents a round. I can reload 223 for less than 20 cents a round. The reloading components are similar. So if you are looking at the economics of reloading you could save 40 cents per round. That will add up really fast. How much do you shoot?

You still need to add in the costs of the equipment,and the time spent at the press if your approaching reloading as a way to lesson costs..

Powder and primers alone have continually increased in price and I expect to see another jump soon in the near future.

'Steel cuts flesh / steel cuts bone / steel does not cut steel.'

Become steel or get cut.
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