That was fantastic !!!
I just paid $264 delivered for 1k of 9mm have to keep it cheap as possible because I am going thru 1k a month from competition. Not worth it to reload at that price for me . 45 and 38 super yes def worth it . YMMVI’m trying to get my head around the investment in equipment to reload vs. good quality off the shelf ammo.
Currently I’m using 1000 rounds per month of 9mm Federal 115 / 124 at $325 per case.
Appreciate your input.
Primers are hen’s teeth in my area and are .14 each when I can find them which it just about never . So to use them for 38 super which runs $38 a box of 50 here (insane) it is worth it but for $14 a box 9mm no way .Seriously I spent $2000 plus to get into reloading 300 BO because during the pandemic it was like $3 a round...I am not sure it’s worth it for 9mm with recent deals in bargain section I don’t know that you can reload for .21 to .25 a round.
Primers are almost no existent at least since last time I checked…they are like .10 a primer if you can find them, add brass, bullet and powder and I bet you are over .25 a round.
You would probably want a progressive reloader the one I have is a single stage and for 300 BO it’s ok but if you want to crank out a bunch of ammo it will be beneficial to have something that pumps out several hundred rounds and hour.
Good luck I am sure people who reload pistol will have more information.
That's a fact. I love the .250 Savage. I can neck up .22-250 brass and that's awesome, because it's everywhere around here. Just this morning I was looking at ammoseek.com and I searched .250 Savage ammo out of boredom and curiosity. There is exactly one seller with exactly two boxes of Winchester 100gr. SP ammo for the low, low price of $125 per 20 rounds. At that price I expect to be buying ammo for a .500 Jeffrey.If you favor interesting and antique cartridges reloading is essential. Some unusual cartridges are beyond expensive into ridiculous off the shelf.