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Old March 21, 2000, 12:08 AM   #9
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for loading the small amount of ammunition that you mentioned, a single stage press will serve your current needs. The dies will fit any press, they are all 7/8 x 14 these days. Sometimes, a progressive press will get you into a lot of trouble, faster. You might be better advised starting out slowly, and going to fancier equipment later on.

I still have an old RCBS Jr. press, purchased in 1967, that has probably loaded about 100,000 rounds of assorted rifle and pistol cartridges. It was slow, but it got the job done, with a little planning.
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