Ditto on the Dillon Super Swager. It is a benchtop tool, very heavy duty and pretty quick to go through the cases. I have done a few hundred cases at a time and probably about 6K total of .223, .30-06 and .308.
Uniforming is not required, but I like a nice even primer seating. You need to swage or ream the crimp before uniforming though otherwise the uniforming head will bind against the tight pocket walls.
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