How much is it?
Before you even think about buying components you need to read the ABCs of reloading. Once you have done that you need to read it again. Reloading has many benefits but it will kill you if you don't know what you are doing. Example: you decide to put your primers in a small glass jar so it is easer to pore them out. For some reason you shake the jar. You just blew your hand off.sharpshooter1997 said:How much is it?
A chronograph is on my list of reloading items to acquire. To me it is not essential and I have some other accessory items to buy first.I haven't seen it mentioned often, possibly not at all but is anyone using a chronograph to fine tune their loads? When reloading pistol loads we always follow the mfg. reloading data, and sample fire 5 or 6 rounds to see where we are at with speed. It's rare that the tables are accurate with the actual powder to speed comparisons. I'm sure experienced reloaders can go by recoil or sound, but I think the chronograph is a perfect tool for any reloader.