I always thought that learning to reload the first few years was WAY more expensive and time consuming than buying factory ammo in bulk and on sale.

Redding T7 turret press is the way to go IMO.

This youtube link for learning on youtube:


Here is a drop box link to a lot of free reloading data:


Buying tools twice because you wanted to "save" will cost you in the long run.

Buy Forster dies from Brownells.

Little crow gunworks makes good brass trimmers for high volume. They have their problems... But so do others.

When setting up your powder measure for say 36 grains. Throw 10. Aim for 360 grains. If it is throwing real close to that, call it "set".

Be consistent with your loading, practice your shooting, speak the truth, love your family and you will be rewarded.