You go to to the shop and buy a couple hundred brand new brass cases in your desired caliber. You also bring home brand new bullets, Powder, and Primers. You then go to a website and obtain a load from a manufacturer that publishes the loads that they produce in their factory made ammo. You assemble these components according to the "formula" a manufacturer provided. You test it and it shoots just like their factory produced ammo with the same speed as published. So is the term "Reload" appropriate now in describing this ammunition you produced? Or would it more appropriately be called "Hand Loaded Ammo". Now for the "kicker". If you loaded it on a machine, lets say a Dillon 1050 with a KISS bullet feeder, where the only "hand" involved is pulling the handle, is it really "Hand Loaded"? Or did you now become a manufacturer albeit with out a license? In essence, what difference is there between a "Factory Load" and what you just produced?