Many fellow firearms aficionados I speak to have considered reloading their own ammunition. There are several things to consider before you decide you are going to roll your own ammo:

  • You have to shoot a lot to pay for the cost of reloading gear
  • With ammunition prices so low, and ammo plentiful, buying at your local gun store or big box store may be the best thing to do
  • You need quality dies for each caliber you plan on reloading
  • Reloading is delicate work and it is time consuming – you cannot take shortcuts
  • It can cost north of $1,000 to get started – you can buy a lot of ammunition for that cost

Your friendly Grey Beard Biker suggests you take a decision to reload very seriously. One place to start is by watching the following video your old Grey Beard Biker put together just for you!

The Grey Beard Biker recorded this video on reloading just for you!

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Living in Tennessee, The Grey Beard Biker™️ has been riding motorcycles for many years. He is the original cigar smoking, bourbon drinking, gun toting patriot. He has traveled the United States on motorcycles and is always seeking out new adventures. Watch for him, and his beautiful Tarheel, Racy, riding around on the Grey Ghost!

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