Well, two brand new revolvers just walked into my life: a S&W Model 64 and a Ruger GP100. I absolutely love a good .38, and this brings my total of .38 special/.357 magnum revolvers to 4. The only thing I like more than the revolver themselves, is shooting them. However, I've come to the conclusion that in order to get my marksmanship up to the level I want to, and to just plain shoot as much as I want to, I'm going to have to start reloading. Let me start off by saying that I'm on a budget, but have plenty of time on my hands to do this. Basically I am looking to purchase the absolute bare necessities for reloading .38 special 148 grain wadcutters, or other style bullets of .38 special. I will be reloading only for practice ammunition and will not be doing any hot loads or anything of the sort. All I want to be able to do is make a quality box of .38 special target loads as inexpensively as I can. I am not a reloader, and while I know the general basics behind it, I am not sure as to what would be the best equipment for me to buy. All I know is I have plenty of time, so one of the cheap single stage presses would be fine. I do know I need some dies and stuff... but am not sure exactly what I need. So I am looking for as low cost and simple a set up as possible for reloading about 300 +/- .38 special target loads per week or so. Please help me in making a list for the stuff I need! Thanks!