i know exactly jack shit about them..other than a 9000G mec....so advise me people i'll be doing mosley 9mm for now but would like the option to do 223.
I think I've settled on a 750....saving penny'sI started with a Lee. I just started shooting pistol matches at that time. It took me longer than I'd like to load ammo for each match. I then got a Dillon 550....WOW, what a step up! I then got a second one so that I could have one set for large and one for small primers. Life was good! Then I stumbled onto a great deal for a 650 with all the goodies! I didn't know life could be so easy. Now I have 2 650s and kept one of the 550s (For small batches) I load 24 different calibers currently. The case feeder on the 650s is a huge improvement! One can pay closer attention to other things since there's one less thing you need to do.With 9mm, I can load about 6-700 rounds per hour with care.
I keep mine set-up to load for one reason....It seems I can't walk by it without pumping that handle until it runs out of primers, even if I didn't plan on reloading!
For rifle, I just use the sizer and run all my cases thru. The case feeder speeds this up tremendously! I then trim, chamfer, deburr, etc. Then I clean the lube off and run them thru the press with a decapping die in place of the size die, just to make double sure no media is in the flash hole.
I would suggest looking for a used 550 or 650, that's what I did. I have way less than the price of a new press in both of my 650s combined. And even after telling Dillon I broke something on my second hand press, they didn't care! Same incredible service! If it breaks, they will make it right with you!