I've been handloading ammo for a very short time now, especially compared to others here who have been doing it longer than I have been alive. One of the few things I know is that you have to maintain your reloading dies for consistent performance, but what about the moving parts of the reloading press itself? I notice my Hornady Lock-n-load classic is designed to be disassembled if need be and that the actual piston that lifts the cartridge to the die is steel rubbing against aluminum. Common sense tells us that if the piston were to wear out, the ammo being loaded would be inconsistent. What can I do to prevent premature wear on my press? All I currently do is spray the joints with WD-40 as well as rust prevention chemicals on certain parts.