Professionals working in this industry should have extensive experience selling and handling ammunition reloading equipment for all calibers, from .223 to .308 to 9 mm. They must be properly licensed, and should always ask for a customer's gun license before selling them any equipment or supplies.
These companies offer many services, from online sales to free shipping to online or phone assistance. Some companies operate a store front, while others sell products such as presses online. They may sell reloading equipment for all types of guns, such as hunting rifles, hand guns, and pistols.
Sales associates should be able to direct customers in the right direction when they come into the store, outlining sales and specials going on at the moment. They should be knowledgeable about all products, able to demonstrate the reloading equipment and how it works.
Online providers may offer different services, such as full color catalogs, shipping and delivery, virtual assistance, discounts, and online account management. Many virtual dealers also sell manuals on proper techniques for reloading. Dealers of ammo reloading equipment and supplies may also sell presses, cartridges, brass bullets, castings, and shells. Additional products may involve lead shot, powder, ammo boxes, bullets, and reloading trays.
Professionals working in this industry need to have great hand/eye coordination and the ability to work well with others. They should have a love for guns and ammo, but an even greater love for safety. These companies should put safety first and always insist on safe handling procedures for equipment and supplies for reloading rifles and other guns with bullets.