Bob, what caliber you wanted to get started with? Many years ago all of us got started down this road you are about to travel and the info you have been given so far about reading Lees reloading book, the ABC's of reloading, etc. are spot on. First thing you should do. I would advise getting the Lee Classic Loader (Midway has them for around $29) for many of the popular calibers and they are what many still use, including me. As close to loading a perfect round for the beginner IMO. Can't go wrong with this kit. Has everything you need to load single rounds all in a small 5 x 6 case you can almost fit in your pocket. Can carry to the range and load right off your bench if you want. Now with being said, you will need to buy a set of scales to weigh your powder, maby an inertia bullet puller for when you make a mistake and need to pull a round out of your brass, a little tool to clean out the primer pocket after knocking out a spent primer, and possibly a tool to trim your brass because it will grow after repeated firing and need trimming to spec. for that caliber. That is about it other than the brass, bullets, and primers. Oh, maby some case lube for resizing your cases after being fired ( I use Imperial myself) but there are many others out there. Those basic brass, bullets, and primers are hard to find anywhere right now unless you have already stock piled these up...so be for warned. Let us know how all works out.Just purchased a 35 and want to start reloading. Have never done it b4. Where do I start & what do I need? Any & all help appreciated. Any body have any no longer needed equip. Thanks for the assistance.