When I got my first break action 20 gauge, it quickly became apparent that it cost more to shoot than the old Daisy. That’s where my brother (who is almost 20 years older than I am) came in. As I remember it, he showed up with a Lee Loader for 20 gauge, a pound of powder, a box of primers, some wads, and a bag of shot. Needless to say, I was hooked.
That equipment is a far cry from what we use nowdays, but still is the same basic idea. Take pride in building your own ammo, save some money, and in many cases increase accuracy. While reloading ammo is not for everyone, it is very satisfying to make a long shot on a prairie dog or ring the steel at 450 yards consistently with ammo made with your own hands.
My son inherited my love of shooting, and reloading was just a part of it. Over the years we bought our reloading brass from various places and found it could be a hit-or-miss situation. We finally sat down and discussed it, and Roberts and Son Brass was started.
Our goal is to supply brass that we would be happy to buy ourselves and that is consistent from one order to another. We want to be a good, reliable, trustworthy source that the reloading customer can depend on. We strive to meet that goal with every order.
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