Wow, OK. First of all I know this is an informal gun forum, but it helps to use proper grammar, punctuation, and paragraph breaks to better convey your situation.
So, with that out of the way:
Leave the gun alone. It's fine.
For powder, range ammo is WSF and full power stuff is Longshot.
Plated bullets like Xtreme, Berry's, and Rainier are cheaper than jacketed. Montana Gold bullets (jacketed) are pretty well priced too.
Fired brass is hard to find so go either Starline or Top Brass new. Then make sure to pick up your brass.
Next but first, I would advise you to get the book ABC's of Reloading from your library and read it cover to cover. It gives you a technical and process background of what's going on. Your reloading sidekick helps you apply that knowledge. Nothing against him, but know WHAT you are doing, WHY you are doing it, and WHAT can happen as a result.