+1 to what RandyP said. Look at and read everything you can. A good place to start is a couple of basic reloading books like the ABC's of Reloading or Modern Reloading by Richard Lee. Both are good basic books that give a good overview of the process involved. I liked the Lee book best because I plan on using their equipment and it also gave loads of load date. 1st and foremost is safety.
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