Re: New Gun, New Scope might start reloading looking for advice.
Depending on what you are trying to do. if you are hunting and want are wanting to produce cheap ammo, you can probably get a Lee set that you don't even have to have a press for, just a hammer. that would run you less than $50 and if your going to reload less than 100 rounds per year, that would be perfect.
If you want really high accuracy ammo, you are looking at several hundred dollars in investments which will not really be recouped from lower cost shooting unless you are shooting in very high volumes. so you kind of have to decide what you want.
Most guys who are 'serious' reloaders have lots of money invested, but its a hobby, we aren't trying to save money on ammo. I have well over $1500 in tools. My scale was in the $500 range, and its not one that you can buy at Cabelas or Brownells; its a lab scale that scientist's use... I'm saying that because if I were hunting with my 300 WinMag and shooting deer at less than 300 yards, I would never need anything other than factory ammo or a Po'dunk hammer die set.
Having said all that, reloading and accuracy is very addicting so try and figure what you want to do before you get started. A good way to get started is to read a reloading manual to learn the process and the parts and other general knowledge. That way you can determine how deep you want to get.