So, I wanted to get some reloading tools during the holidays. I built my reloading bench a few weeks ago, and inherited an RCBS press and some .45 ACP dies earlier this year. I wanted to start reloading, but realized I was a long way from having all the tools required. I had a little digital scale, but I noticed it has some creep when it comes to the reading, something I don't want. Well, my father who understands my reloading needs, bought me an RCBS 10-10 scale for Christmas. I decided I was going to need some rifle dies, and some other tools as well. I did some research on calipers, and found that the vast majority of digital calipers are all the same model. I decided that after all the good reviews I read on that model, I would go search for the best deal on that type. Frankford Arsenal sells them with their logo on them, with a retail of $52. Not a bad price for a set of digital calipers, but I wanted to see what else was available. Well, I talked to a friend that said he bought a set at Harbor Freight, and that they were re-branded by many companies. I looked through their catalog online, and found that they had them for all of $16 with the discount. I went ahead and purchased them. This morning, I decided it was time to get some rifle dies and the other tools necessary. I went to Graf and Son's website and started making my list. I picked up a set of RCBS 7.5x55 Swiss full length dies, a set of RCBS 7.62x54R dies and appropriate shell-holders. I also picked up two tubes of Lee case lube. After I completed my order, I realized I had no case trimmer gauge for the swiss caliber, so I went on to Lee's site and ordered one. I spent as much on the shipping and handling as I did on the shell gauge, I went ahead and made it worth my time by getting a catalog as well. Hopefully they will get shipped soon enough, and I will get some pictures of my bench with all the accouterments.