I was browsing online and I saw how cheap casting your own bullets can be. Roughly $.08/round versus $.30-.45/round with FMJ bullets from the factory. I primarily want to cast for 7.62x39, .303 British, and 7.62x25 (I have heard that casting the x25 Tokarev round isn't the best choice due to the high velocity of the round). Start up costs can be generally low if you really look hard for components. I've seen a few videos on casting and it looks simple enough. I've seen the Lee 10 pound pot is probably the best one for beginners, and Lee bullet molds are east to find, gas checks are plentiful too. I can get lead for free from my dads friend who owns a tire shop and get the lead wheel weights, but I'd have to add tin and antimony and I know to keep an eye out for zinc weights cause they'll ruin the batch. I've read the casting section in Richard Lee's Reloading Manual (aka the reloading Bible) and I have a pretty good understand and the "do's and don'ts". Will this be the more economical choice? I haven't made a single round yet because I want to figure out if I should cast from the start or wait until I gain some experience? Any and all feedback is appreciated!