How to Profit From Selling Handloading Products

Even in a flat rifle market, handloading flourishes. Show your customers why!

How to Profit From Selling Handloading Products

Keep a neater bench than this, stocked here to show the variety of items that can profit your gun shop.

Heavy enough to anchor a small sloop, a Herter’s C press cost $15. Could I ever save that much by handloading? I took the chance. Dies and a keg of surplus H4831 left me with a choice: bullets or rent.

Fifty years later, my fortunes have improved, and that press is still chugging out cartridges.

Handloading does more than put shekels in your pocket. It’s a personal investment that increases the satisfaction you get from each shot. It puts you in company with legions of...

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