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There are dozens of reasons why shooters decide to take up the hobby of reloading. Here are a few of the most frequently referenced reasons:
- Cost Savings: Saving money by assembling your own ammunition is an incentive to begin reloading. Depending on the caliber of ammunition, using factory loaded ammo can cost up to 60 percent more than reloading. And though money concerns may not be an overriding factor for some enthusiasts, it is a driving reason why shooters consider reloading in the first place.
- Accuracy & Velocity: So you don’t believe that loading your own ammunition matters? Consider that most professional shooters carefully reload their own ammunition for improved shot groupings and velocity. And that means more power and consistency when it really matters.
- Customized Loads: The flexibility to customize loads that are not available in factory ammunition.
- Personal Satisfaction: Nothing can change the way you feel when you make something by hand. Loading your own ammunition is like restoring a classic car or completing a home improvement project. When you’re finished, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that the materials you’ve assembled were made by you for you.
HOW AMMO WORKS
It’s important to have a basic understanding of ammunition and ballistics to be a safe and effective reloader. We’ve assembled a snapshot of how rifle/handgun and shotgun ammunition is constructed and how it performs to help you plan for successful reloading.
Millions of men and women reload ammunition as a hobby and as a cost-savings measure that allows them to enjoy shooting more often. You should always reload for the safest and most accurate loads on the shooting line. Always remember that to become or to continue to be a safe reloader, you must be careful at all times.
Remember that you are dealing with explosive materials, powder and primers, that can explode or burn if misused; causing property damage, serious injury, even death. Find helpful start-up information and up-to-date safety notices here to keep you safe and effective.
RELOADING BOOKS & INSTRUCTION
Protect yourself by seeking out certified reloading instruction courses and studying books that describe safe reloading techniques in detail. When using smokeless powders, use only the exact type and quantity described at alliantpowder.com. And always store and use your smokeless powders in accordance with the guidelines listed in the Reloading Safety area of this site.
The information displayed on this site, including ballistic data, was derived from tightly controlled laboratory conditions. This information and data may vary considerably depending on many factors, including the components used, component assembly, the type of firearm used, reloading techniques, safety precautions practiced, etc.
Never mix any two powders regardless of type, brand, or source.
Never substitute any smokeless powder for Black Powder or its substitute.
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