During the holiday season, while at a party hosted by my wife’s group at her place of employment. A large software company in the greater Seattle area… engaged a discussion regarding firearms, concealed carry, self defense. The topic of the commercial ammunition shortage came about. My wife’s direct boss a senior manager, relayed to me that he had recently purchased a Sig P380, a 1911 variant pistol in .380 ACP and gotten his CCW. However, he was regretting the purchase as he was not able to practice with it much because to the scarcity and inflated cost of .380 ACP practice ammo. I agreed with his sentiments and explained to him that my resolution was to start loading my practice ammo myself, which I have successfully for use in my KelTec P3AT. At that point the topic of reloading came into light with several members engaged. Fast forward to yesterday… I came home late last night, to find a box sitting on the kitchen counter. Inside I found 1K of Federal small pistol primers, 5 bags of 100 each new Winchester .380 ACP brass, a pound of HP-38 pistol powder and a box of 1000 Berry’s 100g RN .380 bullets. Also enclosed was a note from guess who? Requesting that at my leisure if I could do him the favor of loading 500 rounds. In return he asked that I keep the remaining components for myself! (initial thought was: “SCORE!!!” ) After some personal deliberation. I discussed this with my wife stating that it is pretty much a reloaders code… you don’t reload for others, explaining the liability issues. That I had never offered to do so during the course of the discussion we had and that we had just talked about the process of reloading itself. I mentioned to her that we could just ask him to come over and teach him to do it himself, she wasn’t too keen on that idea and to be honest he doesn’t appear to be the type who would actually want to do it anyways... So what do you think guys? I could just bang these out in less than 2 hours and call it good or say no can do and possibly cause issues... Wanna kill these ads? We can help!