I have been interested in reloading shotgun shells before, but am pretty cheap and the initial cost of equipment to get started has held me back. This season it seems like I have constantly had trouble finding the shells I shoot in stock when I need them. The ability to reload a quality shell for what I need when I want would be nice. I have a rough idea of what I need, but was wondering if I am missing some things to get started. I would probably weigh each charge individually to ensure consistency, as my volume would be low (hunting loads only, I don't shoot trap) and I would want quality shells over speed and quantity. Over the course of a year I regularly shoot lead and steel 2 3/4" 7 shot dove loads, 3" 3 and 2 shot steel loads for ducks and non-tox pheasants, 2 3/4 and 3 inch nickel plated lead for pheasants, and 3 inch nickel plated lead for turkey loads. What would you list as all the necessary equipment needed to start reloading today if you were putting together a good quality starter kit?