To that I will add .41 Colt and a few big black powder boomers like .45-70, and 577-450 Martini-Henry. As much as I enjoy reloading, I find it a chore to assemble large amounts common pistol cartridges, like one might use shooting club matches. For most of the "bowling with bullets" games bulk ammo is good enough unless you are trying to "make major" with 9mm.
Originally Posted by Jesse Heywood
Should not be a problem for you to reload, I am 76 and have reloaded for years. Used to shoot with a guy with Parkinson's and he reloaded at the bench for his rifle. His hands shook quite a bit but he could stop the shake long enough to seat his bullets.
Originally Posted by Doc Holliday 1950
For a revolver you can get started with trial boss powder. It's so easy to use you can mark the case where the bottom of the projectile will be seated and fill to there.
Until it's compressed it's safe