Originally Posted by Bronco_Beerslug
BTW, I don't shoot enough anymore to justify reloading so can't help you out there. I think you really have to go through some rounds to make it payoff the initial investment but maybe someone who does their own reloading can tell you how much it costs them.
Thats kind of what I was thinking. I have the press and all the extras just need the dies/cases/bullets. Not sure if the short mags use a different powder or not? Im guessing in todays mass production markets it does not pay to do it yourself. Of course the other upside would be making your own loads that work best for you and your rifle at the distances you chose to shoot.