Reloading 9mm ammo
I was talking to a few guys at my local gun shop this weekend, and reloading came up. I had mentioned I was looking for a place to buy supplies locally (the nearest place I've found so far is 45 minutes from my house) and when I said I was looking to reload 9mm ammo, 2 of the 3 guys said I'd be wasting my time, I won't save enough to make it worth the time I spend reloading it and should just keep buying factory loads.
Now, I fully intend to reload 9mm ammo, even if only until I get a larger caliber gun and reload 9mm only for experiance. But it got me thinking, is there going to be a noticable savings? I fire about 100-150 rounds of 9mm a month. Is this going to be strictly a learning experiance, or will it actually keep a few dollars in my wallet?
Also, kind of along the same lines, I've heard that hand loaded ammo (when done correctly) tends to be more accurate. Do you guys notice that in your own loads?