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Old 03-05-2012, 04:49 PM   #1
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Looking to get into reloading for 40 s&w ammo to start. Does anyone have an opinion on gettin a single stage or progressive reloader? where is the best place to buy? I appreciate your response

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Old 03-05-2012, 05:05 PM   #2
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I was looking into the same thing and most agree that starting out a single stage press or turret press is the way to go. This site has some good prices on their equipment: http://www.thegunsandgearstore.com/reloading-presses-c-143_164_168.html

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Did you check our resources?

Reloading 101, Great starting point.

New to Reloading? L@@k here.

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I would say it depends on how many rounds you wanna produce. Single stage press is pretty low on the ammo per hour output. I bought a dillon square deal b for my first loader. I can push 300 out an hour pretty easy. I look to shoot.

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It ran me 379

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