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[–] Owlchemy 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I just have a single stage Lee kit I bought. Lee equipment is relatively inexpensive, but does a decent job, IMHO. Of course those who are seriously into it will likely argue, but that's always the case - LOL. Be prepared to spend more than you think though, for the initial setup ... it always seems like you figure out ya need something more. Once established though, it's all a piece of cake and there are also tons of YouTube videos on the subject that are very helpful.

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[–] Owlchemy 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

BTW, there is also a sub ... v/Reloading ... its not active really, but it does have a thread on beginners that may also shed some light.

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[–] pauly_pants 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

These are cheap, however fairly slow compared to presses. If you're reloading for a caliber you're not going to just blast away quickly it might be worth it. Here's a detailed video. This is certainly a cheap way to get into it.

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[–] chryseos-geckota 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Read up on it first and see if you know anyone who does. I got lucky and my GF's dad had a press and had done lots of reloading. It's definitely much nicer having someone who can talk you through it and has all the equipment for you to try. Failing that, find out what the best reloading book is and read it. Also. there's lots of info on the internet.