I dont as of now reload. I would like to learn how sometime in the future and I believe that reloading may be a necessity in the future. Lately when I go shooting I keep a cardboard box (Soon to be plastic tub) that I go and pick up most of my spent brass (assuming I find it all) And a bunch of other spent brass laying around that appears to be freshly shot... Im just trying to make it a habit so that if I do get into reloading I can have a good reserve of brass to start with, I plan on filling a couple of large boxes full of this brass before actually taking on the hobby. OK my questions.. What kind of tolerances on brass? Can brass that has a slightly out of round case mouth be straightened and re-loaded? (Slightly out of round... Not ran over by a train.. Just slightly out of round) I'm trying to figure out if I should just "toss out" brass that has a slight out of round. Can CCI Blazer brass be reloaded? (Dont know why in my head something says CCI brass cant be reloaded) Brass.... Not ah-lew-men-ee-um Can some reloaders out there post their costs/sources for the following: -Reloading setup, What calibers supported, Brand ETC. -Cost per round for effective economical training ammo or other types of loads (possibly including the sources of primer/Powder/bullets I know exact load specs cant be divulged) Just some real world numbers as for cost per round observed for whatever particular caliber(s) you reload. Perhaps if we can get some real world numbers out there we can get more people into reloading to save some money and get into the added hobby.. otherwise... maybe this is in vain.