Just bought a new Ruger SP101. After purchasing several boxes of ammo, I had "sticker shock"! I think it would be in my best interest to start reloading again; haven't done much shooting/reloading in about 15 years. I have the equipment (press, scale, some misc. tools). Just have to buy the dies, get an updated manual and, of course, the components. (I suppose I need a tumbler or some other way of cleaning the brass as well?) I have enough empty brass at the moment. My question is, can I actually save some bucks doing this? Everyone I know tells me the component costs are skyrocketing, along with the factory fodder. Right now it's costing me between .29/rd. for .38 Specials, up to about .46/rd. for PD .357's rounds. What should my expectations be? Thanks for your input.