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Old 03-31-2022, 12:06 PM
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bronko22000
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Cheaper to reload That depends. Do you already have reloading equipment? If so then yes it probably is if you can find the components. If you don't have reloading equipment (press, scale, powder measure/thrower) and you don't shoot that often then just buy the ammo. You'll spend a few hundred bucks on the above equipment plus you'll have to buy the dies, powder, bullets, primers, and cases.
Another thing, 357 cases are relatively thin and you can't get too many loading out of them before the case mouths begin to crack.
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