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Before you buy your next box of ammo, you need to ask yourself one simple question: Should you continue buying brand new ammo, or should you start reloading and making your own? There are a number of things that you have to consider before you make a decision, so do not jump into it too quickly. If you need the ammo right away, it might be a good idea to buy a small amount and then consider reloading carefully so that you can decide if you want to do it before buying an entire supply.
The main draw of reloading is that you can save money. You get to reuse all of the brass casing that are ejected when you shoot. You then reload that brass with new powder and new bullets. The result is another bullet that you can use again, which is far cheaper than buying new ones since you did all of the real work yourself. This is also a good way to recycle if you feel like your shooting habits are wasteful because of all of the brass that you use up. Why not just use the same brass a few times before you throw it away?
Another advantage to reloading is that some people believe that you can actually get better rounds when you make them yourself. You do not rely on a factory that has to kick out hundreds of rounds per hour. You can really take your time and make them exactly the way that you want them to be, even catering them to your specific gun. You do need a lot of experience to get to this point, so you should not think that your first reloaded rounds are going to be the best you have ever used, but you can get there eventually.
On the other side, the draw of buying brand new Remington STS ammo is that you know that the rounds are safe. You know that they have gone through all of the rigorous testing at the factory that ensures that nothing will go wrong. When you reload your own, you are putting your trust only in yourself. Some people have had problems with their reloaded rounds, especially when they were first starting out. You do not want to make even the smallest mistake when you are dealing with a high-powered firearm, and new rounds can give you confidence.
A final benefit of new rounds is that you save yourself a lot of time and work. If you have the money to spare anyway, why not let someone else do the work for you? This is especially beneficial when you are a hunter, someone who shoots for game and food, rather than just shooting for fun at the range. When you hunt, you need to spend your time on the land, clearing shooting lanes, putting up new blinds, and learning about the patterns of the game, not sitting around and trying to reload your old bullets.
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