start simple and work your way up to complex. When you reload your life LITERALLY depends on paying attention to details every time. I reload thousands of cartridges per year on a single stage RCBS press. I would strongly advise you to stay away from progressive presses until you have a lot of experience with a single stage press.
I would strongly urge you to start with a simple cheap single stage press- you will learn and make mistakes but only with one round at a time- with a single stage each pull of the lever does one operation- you can feel when things are not right easier and isolate causes.once you learn on a single stage you can move up to a progressive if you wish.I load up to 10k a year on a single stage and if you plan your time right it is not that big a deal. you also get the chance to double check each powder charge level before final loading which is a very good thing. I was just a couple feet away when a friend blew up a engraved colt single action with a double charge loaded on a progressive press.
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