I have been tossing around getting into reloading but when I go to the stores and see the prices on the brass with no primers and the bullets and then the equipment I just can't plunk down the cash for doing it. Many of the stores don't even have any powder. I have just restocked my 9mm,40 and 45 and that was a chunk of change. I need restock my 32 and 38 ammo but it is seldom found on sales. I had read some about glue bullets and wax bullets. I asked on another forum about this and was told it was a fluke and don't bother. Well I was reading some more about it and found out cowboy fast draw competition only allows wax bullets. So evidently it isn't a fluke, although I do understand the accuracy is not that great over 15'. But for paper punching or can plinking it or gaining trigger control and such it would probably be ok. The wax and glue reloads only use the primer to propel the bullets. So I read some more about reloading with wax and glue sticks. So I took the plunge today and bought me a Lee hand primer and casing holders for 32 and 38 calibers, and 1000 small pistol mag primers. $85 all said and done out the door. The store didn't have any hand primer removal tool. I watched a couple videos on removing the primers with a nail or a punch and one even with filling the casing with water and pounding a center punch causing primer to pop out. I also saw a hand tool for removing the primers that worked really well. When I got home I decided to try removing the primers and drilling out the center holes which you do so the primers will work to propel the bullets. Drilling out the center holes was kind of a pita since the brass gets pretty dang hot to hold and holding with pliers messed up the casing a little bit. The primers took several hard hits to pop them out also. I saw the casings were taking a bit of damage. I could buy new casing already drilled and ready for drop in primers but I figured BS on $37.50 for 50 of them when I have a bunch of once fired brass. Also I just didn't like having to put in the drop in primers as I load the revolver. I can buy premade wax bullets 1000 for $25 but again I have a huge old candle I can melt down and make my own. Did I say I am cheap and if I can make something myself and save a bunch $$$ I am going to do it? So after doing a p-poor job on two casings I ordered the tool for removing the primers. $55 delivered. I figure once I got the system down I will only have the price of primers for cost in reloading with wax. $.03 a round for any caliber is my idea of inexpensive shooting and plinking. I have plenty of time to do the manual labor part of it. Once drilled the casings supposedly last forever using wax and no powder. I figure I will make ready about 100 in 32 and 38 cal. Anyone got some advice for me to make this happen with better results I am all ears. If interested check out http://guns.freaksho.net/pdf/waxbullets.pdf and the hand de-primer at www.harveydeprimer.com.