Unless you are going to load commercially you don't need the 1050. If you want to produce a PILE of ammo, the 650 will do it. I even bet the 550 would do it and you can sink the difference saved into components or maybe...a new GUN. If you are dealing with the military crimp problem, you can swage them yourself or trade them to a brass salvager for brass that's already processed. If you are the same Stephen Camp that's at the DPD, e mail me and I'll put you onto somebody who can help you out with the military brass problem.
Richardson, TX PD