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reloading kits.

im in the process of getting my ccl and am thinking that to get good with a pistol and stay that way im going to need to burn up a fair amount of ammo. who makes a good/fairly cheap kit with what id need to start reloading 40S&W? it doesnt need to be a cadillac but something reliable and ependable.

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  • skyfishskyfish Member Posts: 1,068 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    I bought a Hornady Lock-N-Load and love it, 1000 free bullets doesn't hurt either. Also if you buy a 9mm or something very easy to switch. One problem with starting on a progressive can be a little overwhelming for a new reloader. If you know someone that reloads it will really help for setting up and getting started.

    You'll get people that say blue and that say cheap(LEE). I would buy Hornady if I had to do it again.
  • flyingtorpedoflyingtorpedo Member Posts: 1,301 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    I would avoid a progressive press to learn how to reload, it's just asking for trouble IMHO. Learn on a single stage kit where you focus on each step one at a time. I got a lee kit over a year ago and I'm happy with it. Go to http://www.midwayusa.com/ and read reviews of the different kits. The hornady single stage kit will get you 500 free bullets, so you may want to factor that into your cost/decision. https://www.hornady.com/get_loaded.php
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