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Old 01-03-2013, 03:03 AM   #1
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Hi folks this year looks like it's gonna be rough so I've built my rifles a standard Ar .223/5.56 and a 300 Blackout and would like to move in to reloading. Is there a good starters kit to begin with?
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Old 01-03-2013, 03:06 AM   #2
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Get a copy of The ABCs of Reloading. Read ALL of it before you buy anything. And yes, there are some good starter kits- but seriously- read the book first. Did I mention read the book first?
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Get a copy of The ABCs of Reloading. Read ALL of it before you buy anything. And yes, there are some good starter kits- but seriously- read the book first. Did I mention read the book first?
+1 on reading the book first. I also just got into reloading and I bought the RCBS rockchucker supreme kit that gives you evrything needed to start but you will want extras to make your life easier.
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Start saving all your brass...

I'm about to start reloading as well, went to the place I shoot at (private range) and liberated a lot of the brass we've used. Came home with 3 economy size coffee cans full...

I figure that'll save me a few bucks...
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ABC's of reloading.
Have a bucket of brass I've been saving.
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Thats what I did was saved my brass and kept it in a cat litter container for safe storage.
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