Talk to a reloaders shop in your town also.aljabar said:Where is the best place to buy what's needed to reload? I've never done it so will need some kind of instruction/advice. Thanks.
My advise, for what its worth. I would get a book on reloading and read it. You can search the Internet and get a lot of Info. on reloading. Before buying equipment, you need to understand the fundmentals of reloading, and know what type of press you want. Its not hard to learn to reload, but before trying there are things to learn. You can ask questions in the reloader sections of gun forums and get a lot of answers. To me, it is very rewarding after you learn how.aljabar said:Where is the best place to buy what's needed to reload? I've never done it so will need some kind of instruction/advice. Thanks.
If you handload you can shoot whatever you want. You'll be able to afford to shoot more which will help you get better and better. Handloading is a great hobby and a good way to afford more shooting. If you have any questions PM me. I'd be happy to help if I can.aljabar said:I have been shooting .45s and practicing hard. I know the cost of 9mm ammo is a lot less than .45. Do you all think it makes sense to buy a 9mm for practice shooting. Would using a 9mm improve my ability to shoot the .45 or would it actually hinder it?