Stuff takes up room and has the potential for getting mixed up with more important stuff. It's a distraction, and distractions are no mas on the reloading bench. It's better used in the hands of someone who can put them to use. Dies in calibers I no longer shoot, molds for bullets I don't have a use for, assorted case trimmers for straight walled brass, tumbling media that duplicates the effort (if I start with clean brass, do I really need walnut shell AND corn cob?) so I'm wondering, how do I pare my reloading tools/supplies down to the basics? With the prospect of more repressive gun legislation I cannot see the benefit of stuff I don't need. taking up room better dedicated to reloading components and ammunition I do have a use for.. How do you make the cut?