So I have been giving it a lot of thought lately and I would like to learn how to reload. Specifically .22LR, since it does look easy (just a lot of work involved and its very time consuming.) But I wanna do it as a foundation of learning to reload and gain some experience. And at the same time, keep the equipment and gear I need as little and as less complex as possible. And also I don't want to go through hundreds of dollars on equipment or buy the type of equipment that take up a lot of space. So I saw this particular video on reloading .22LR: 9:37 mark is when he starts reloading. Here are the 2 powders mentioned in the video: Black Powder: https://www.natchezss.com/hodgdon-pyrodex-p-pistol-powder-1-lbs.html Smokeless Powder: https://www.midsouthshooterssupply.com/item/00137150656/alliant-unique-smokeless-powder-1-lb The 8:10 mark is where he talks about the gun powder. I do have one question on the gun powder. Can I just use one of those or do I need both? And does anyone know which one is better or recommended for a beginner? Here is the .22LR Reloader Kit: https://sharpshooter-22lr-reloader.myshopify.com/products/22-reloader-kit Repriming Compound: https://sharpshooter-22lr-reloader.myshopify.com/products/prime-all-repriming-compound Cases & Bullets: https://fedarm.com/product/22lr-conical-bullet-ammo-kit/ So about $150 - $160 maybe more or so for everything depending on shipping costs but again not bad at all. , And is this a good book to learn the basics of reloading? I read the reviews and everyone says its pointed directly toward beginners and those that are just starting out in reloading. And its rated really well. https://www.amazon.com/dp/148207379...olid=28Y0HSQ9YC65P&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it Anyways, any help, tips or advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks!