I'll start by saying I've never reloaded in my life, but I find myself wanting all the oddball handgun capitate (.357sig, 10mm, .45GAP), so I've been thinking about learning how to reload, and I have several questions, but I'll start by stating I live in a condo, so I have garage space I could set a reloaded up. I recently learned about the Lee Loader Kits which are very light, I didn't even know such a thing existed. Anyway, for my questions. 1. Is the Lee Loader or similar product available in .357sig, 10mm and .45GAP? .2 Crimping, I know this helps with bullet setback, particularly with .357Sig, is crimping possible with a Lee Loader type kit? .3 Would you trust the reliability of handloaded ammo for self defense? Assuming the handloaded (yourself) knows what he is doing? I probably sound like a total newb, so forgive my ignorance, I'm trying to gain knowledge and make myself less ignorant when it comes to reloading, so any advice will help. Please do take note of my living situation, I don't expect this to change for a long time if ever. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!