Reloading is the process of reloading brass cartridges or shotshells that have been fired. Reloading dies are used to resize the brass, trim it, and deprime it. A reloading press is then used to load the brass with a new powder charge and insert a new primer. Reloading can be done with either new or once-fired brass.
Reloaded ammunition can be made to fit almost any kind of gun, from pistols to rifles. This can save you tons of money and time, and it allows shooters to customize their ammunition to their specific needs. Reloaded ammunition can also be more accurate than factory-loaded ammunition, and it can be tailor-made for specific shooting situations.