thinking of getting started w/ shotshell reloading
Well I am have been rolling the idea around for quite sometime now and figured I'd try to get some input from some veterans. I have read a few of the other threads with newbies just getting started and I'm more perplexed. I will mainly be loading for hunting and specifically for waterfowl loads. A couple of questions:
Will it save me any money?
Can u load shells that will give better performance than factory loads.
How long will it take me learn and start making shells that won't cause me, my gun, or my huntin buddies harm?
What reloader would you recommend starting with? I would like one that is capable of loading 3 1/2" shells.
Just from reading other posts it seems way more complicated than I imagined. But having said that it also seems like a great way to pass free time till trout season. Thanks in advance for any input! -Chris
Huntin Bucks and Crushin Ducks