Oh shit didnt know ctd wouldnt ship here, i might have to look into making them myself. Never done it, how hard is it?
Depends on what you are reloading for.As far as difficulty,there are formulas for what kind of powder and how much to use with any given bullet weight in any caliber all over the internet.
Quick rundown of the steps:
Measure and trim brass.
Measure and add powder
Measure overall length for spec.
I only reload for my bolt gun,it isn't hard but it is very time consuming measuring and weighing everything.But I am looking for accuracy,not trying to save money.
If you want to reload for handguns or semi-auto rifles,it's not hard.The initial investment(dies,press,scale) can get kind of expensive and it will take a few thousand rounds before you start to realize any savings.If you are reloading to save money,you need to look into a progressive reloading press.It is a lot quicker than a single stage setup,but is also a lot more expensive.
With the election results,the components(powder,primers,brass and bullets) are going to do nothing but go up in price,so keep that in mind as well.