I have been loading for several years off and on but recently have gotten into it fore-bore due to the high costs of ammunition. I started out with a single RCBS Rock-chucker press but now have three of them set on one table where I load my match rifle ammunition. I also have a Mec shotshell reloader, the progressive one that throws a completed shell with every stroke. I shoot three different calibers in handgun competition so I now have three Dillon RL550 progressive loaders set up, one for each caliber and tool heads for a few more that I load once in a while. I have dies for .223, .270, 7mm Weatherby Magnum, .308, .30 carbine, .30-06, .243, .32-40, .45-70, .45-120, .30-30, and pistol dies for .45acp, .45 LC, . 44 Special/ Magnum, .38/.357 Magnum, 9mm, 9x18, .38 Super, .40 S&W, . 10mm, .41 magnum. I have casting molds for .45 200gr SWC, . 38, . 9mm, . 30 90gr RN, .45 405gr RN, .44, .41, and a few more. I always need primers, bullets, shot, brass, and powder, lots of powder. In addition, I have the complete tooling and machines for building AKs, ARs, FN Fals, and a few more, including a bead-blasting cabinet and parkerizing and blueing tanks. I realize that many do not have the time or funds to spend on reloading or weapons builds, so here's the deal; if someone needs to load some ammo and has the components, then I'll share my equipment and time to get them started. If you have skills to barter, so much the better; I'll load your brass for you. This isn't a free-bee and would take some planning but if we work a trade, then we can set up a weekend for loading or building and make it work.