The .44 mag would be a good starting place. Just start on the lower end of the scale with the lower powder charge and work your way up. A mistake a lot of new reloaders make is wanting to make a hot load from the start. Usually the most accurate and best load falls between the max and min recommended charge by the powder mfg. You will find that most guns have a certain bullet and powder combination that they shoot best.quote:Originally posted by ratgunner
BTW is a .44 mag a good place to start or is a bottle neck type better[also have a .243]?
good idea.***the best advise*** I can give you is find someone that can sit down of the bench with you and get some hands on reloading.quote:Originally posted by ratgunner
Well I'm going to save up a bit more and get a real reloading kit.