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At one time I did reload quite a bit, but several moves and a couple of wives later, I got away from it. Now that i'm retired, and actually have time to shoot...I can't afford to do it as much as I'd like, so I'm considering starting over again. I've even eyeballed some equipment and am figuring out a location in my townhouse where I can store everything safely and reliably. The Rock chucker Supreme is currently on sale at Brownell's too. I'm sure tempted! I'd start with my .380, 9mm, and .40 cal all of which should be a little easier than my .357 Sig, at least at first.

What's held me back is the confusing lack of information, supplies, etc. I'm going to do a lot of reading and price-checking before I go into it again. It seems a lot more expensive now than it did back in 1985, but everything else is as well. At any rate, it used to be something I enjoyed almost as much as shooting, especially for the .44 mag loads I played with. At the time I had a little Marlin .44 Mag lever action I used for deer hunting quite a bit and my loads were pretty popular locally (I lived in Virginia at the time). Lots of fun! If I get back into it, I'm sure I'll have some questions for the experts here.
 
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