Re: Shotshell reloading
tracker: I just wanted to share my experience with you and that is I stopped reloading 12 gauge shells years ago because I found that buying the componants and having to deal with it all, it was far cheaper to buy shells when you can find them on sale. The same thing can be said for 20 gauge as well. I still load for 10 gauge and if I shot a lot skeet and was shooting a 28 gauge or a 410 I would probably reload those because they cost almost twice as much as 12 gauge shells. When I was loading I had what was then the state of art Ponsness Warren, and even at its high rate of shells per hour it worked out there was not enough in savings to ever pay for the machine.
Last edited by muddober; 03-24-2010 at 12:23 AM..