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May 21, 2008


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I'd imagine you need quite a bit of expertise to make your own ammo. Otherwise, that could end pretty badly...

Actually reloading is not that difficult, just very time consuming. Brass has to be cleaned, prepped and inspected,and then each shell is loaded individually using a reloading die. So you can save a lot of money over commercially prepared ammo and you can load to your own specifications, but you better have a lot of free time!

Woe be you who has a gun that fires anything US forces are using in Iraq. My friend has one, and he has been reduced to taking the 22 out when he wants to practice!

With this kind of escalation, stock prices for ammo manufacturers has got to be performing well. I'm not familiar with the ammo market. Anyone know who the big players are -- or their suppliers?

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