I use to do some shooting and reloading years ago. Sold everything and just getting back into shooting. I've been buying 9mm Federal Eagle at Wally World aroun $10 for 50 rds. I can buy .38 for around $12 to $13 a box + tax at a different store. What can I expect to reload 9mm & .38 target rds for? For example excluding the cost of reloading equiptment, brass and value for labor, what is the cost for lead bullets, for jacketed bullets, small pistol primers, per primer and power per load. For example: .08 for lead bullet, .03 for primer and .03 for power= $.14 per round, not amortizing the cost of reloading equiptment and brass. Just looking for ball park $ for lead and jacketed ammo. I think i had a Lee single press loader. It worked fine but was slow. What types of reloaders would provide best bang for the bucks, bad pun, for reloading several calibers for handguns taking into consideration cost, volume of production. I am probably only shooting 100 rds a week of 9mm and 50-100 of .38. I have an AA conversion kit for the 9mm Glock which helps with the cost of shooting it. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!