Re: Remington Mtn Rifle in .280 Caliber
You do know even with some very well used cartidges you can find ammo in stores but it many times is not the brand and bullet you really wanted. I order most of mine that I don't reload. Better prices even with the added cost to ship most every time.
Handloading is a bit slow to learn but valueble down the road as you can get just what you want. Cost?? just figure 200 bucks for what you need to start with. Midway usa has a LEE chalenger kit for 106, dies for 30 bucks powder, primers , bullets, extra elcrtonic scale for powder checking and a manual.