Okay Frosty, you want an open can of worms, here goes.
You need an electric furnace, bottom pour preferably. Lyman makes both 10lb and 20lb ones. Take your pick.
You'll need a good supply of #2 lead alloy or wheel weights from your local tire guy. I prefer wheel weights. Nice ans strong.
Lube/sizer. I have the Saeco, but whichever you choose, make sure it has a heated base for the lube. Make sure it also has provisions for seating gas checks.
Molds. I prefer 4 cavity as it saves time. I also do not like the Lee aluminum molds. I prefer RCBS or Lyman. You'll also need mold handles for the molds.
You will need a good sturdy box to drop the bullets into after molding along with one of Mama's old bath towels to cushion the fall. You will need an ingot mold for cleaning and storing your lead ingots.
When you melt wheel weights, the clips will float so you need something to fish them out with. Again, ask Mama for an old table spoon. This will also be used to flux the metal.
Get a can of "Marvalux" from Midway for fluxing. Beeswax is too smokey.
Good pair of leather gloves to mold with. Plastic safety glasses to mold with along with a hat. Long sleeve shirt is highly recommended.
A bench you can move outside to do this. Molding indoors is not conducive to good health due to lead fumes. I use the garage, but I have two fans blowing the fumes outside.
A copy of Lyman's Cast Bullet Handbook. Read thuroughly before attempting to do this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!