there is a lot that goes into reloading.. its not as easy as it looks. I would do some research into it before buying. Also depending on what caliber or calibers you are realoading, it is cheaper to buy ammo off the shelf then it is to reload. Reloading is less expensive if you are doing 1000s at a time. It is also time consuming unless you have a progressive reloader. Progressives are not to good for a complete beginner. Right now primers can be very hard to find making it impossible to reload. I used to reload years ago and gave it up years ago when the 1st primer shortage happened. I now shoot more then I did back then. (couple hundred rounds each of 223, 9mm, and 40sw every week and I am not even considering getting back into reloading. In the 9mm and 40sw I can get ammo online cheaper then I can reload it. And that would be buying primers by the 1000s, powder in 3# or 5# kegs.
As far as brand, RCBS is a good brand. Dillon is great as well but a bit more money.
If you want to invest in something right now, start buying ammo!!!! The price is going up an up and inventories are getting depleted fast.!!
Last edited by colorider; 12-13-2012 at 2:19 PM.