If you're like a lot of hunters, you probably have a wealth of spent shells. You've also probably experienced frustration over empty ammo shelves at your local gun shop or sporting goods store. One way to save money and still get the ammunition you need is to make your own. Here, the NRA Training Department shows you how to do just that - it's the perfect way to develop the type of load that suits you or your gun best. Even better, self-reloading can easily save you half the cost of factory ammunition. To learn more, sign up for an NRA basic metallic cartridge or shotgun shell reloading course or call 703-267-1430.