Reloading your own rounds saves money. With Lee reloading equipment, saving your brass from the range, and a little prudent shopping online, your per rd. cost should be about .16 cents per round. At least that's the way I figured it. That applies to just about all of my pistol ammo.
Just like every other "what's the best" thread, opinions on equipment will vary. You can get started for under $250 or so with Lee equipment with a few accessories, or you can get started for $1000 or more buying the Dillon stuff which is also popular. I suggest starting out small. My Lee Classic Turret press for under $100 works great. I wait for gun shows to buy powder and primers w/o hazmat charges the rest I get online. But these are all things you'll learn as you go. I get a lot of satisfaction shooting what I've reloaded, and my wallet likes it too. Go get the Lee reloading book and read all of the chapters prior to the data lists. Lot's of good info there, and it will give you an idea of what you'll need and where to start. Good luck.