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  If you have just reached the point where you have decided to take the plunge and begin reloading, right now it probably seems a complicated and difficult process. However, with only a little practical experience you will discover that reloading is simple and very easy to do. Care and attention to detail is required to produce safe and reliable ammunition, to be sure, but the process has only a few steps and is basically repetitive. Reloading is, as they say, not rocket science.

A cartridge is made up of 4 basic components.
       Realoding components                                 Realoding components

1)Bullet - Projectile that leaves the weapon towards the target.                                      
2)Case - Houses the Bullet, Powder, and Primer.
3)Powder - Burns and propels the bullet
4)Primer - Ignites the powder.

A reloading press is the basic tool used to reload both centerfire metallic (rifle or pistol) and shotshell ammunition. What the press basically does is hold the dies that reform, prime, and eventually reload the case or shell and provide the mechanical leverage that allows the operator to easily accomplish these tasks.

Shotshell reloading presses are generally self contained; even entry level presses usually have powder and shot reservoirs, and allow the operator to sequentially perform the steps required to reload a shotgun shell without recourse to other tools. About seven pulls of the press handle (resize the case and remove the fired primer, prime the shell, drop a powder charge, seat a wad, drop the shot, start the new crimp, and complete the crimp), and a fired hull is transformed back into a loaded shell. All operations are performed on a single shell before starting over with the next shell.

Single stage (the kind most reloaders use) centerfire metallic presses are less self-contained. A separate powder measure is a practical necessity, and a hand priming tool is a great convenience. Centerfire metallic cases, either rifle or handgun, are reloaded in batches and a single operation is performed on all of the cases to be reloaded before moving on to the next step. If you are reloading 50 cases, for example, the first operation is performed on all 50 before moving on to the second operation. Performing the same operation on all cases before moving to the next operation saves time and effort.

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