Everyone who shoots a lot eventually develops an interest in reloading. Usually that interest is driven by simple economics. Unless you own a gold mine or a hedge fund, the cost of ammunition is usually the main limiting factor in how much shooting we do. But saving money isn’t the only benefit of reloading. Reloading isn’t some arcane, dark art. It is about as straightforward a process as the mind of man can devise. There are three areas you have to deal with before you can start reloading—documentation, tools and components. To learn more, check out the Complete Book of Guns—available digitally and on newsstands starting July 9. To subscribe, visit http://www.personaldefenseworld.com/subscribe/

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