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If you want to load rifle calibers, or 357 sig for that matter, get the LNL AP. It is more flexible, and allows the PM to move to different stations, which you cannot do on a Dillon. It is cheaper to set up for multiple calibers.

If you want to start out on a single stage press (an idea with merit), I would suggest either the Lee Classic Cast (iron) press on a budget, or the Forster Co-Ax for more $$.

The RCBS rockchucker (or Lyman or Hornady SS presses) does not have effective spent primer handling, and will spill more than the occasional spent primer on the floor. Lee CC, Redding Big Boss II and UltraMag, and Forster Co-Ax all direct spent primers and debris through the ram into a tube to a bucket or catch bottle.

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