First off, wish my internet searches prior to purchase would have included this site! Tons of info that appears real. Reloaded close to 30k rounds on other presses before I took a few years off - switching to Dillon hits the wallet hard and I realize small and large primers ups the cost even more - few questions to minimize frustration and having a press idle as I wait for parts.
But as any FNG with less sense than time I must ask, did I miss something on my purchase? Intent is to run .223 REM and 9mm Luger to start, then eventually get to my .45ACP. I single stage my .308 right now for my bolt action and get great (OUTSTANDING) groups when I do my part - I imagine the s1050 could replicate that if I get her dialed in - or close enough that I may have to get a rifle that unloads those rounds faster.
All my .223 is lake city with the crimped primer pocket, hence the S1050
Most of my .308 is also lake city with a crimp
9mm - just got into the pinking round, dont have brass yet, but I have a tool that will unload it quickly so I gotta load this round now.
Did I miss anything for 223 and 9mm?
S1050 in .223 carbide
powder check alarm
bullet tray (wish they would throw that in...)
S1050 Caliber Conversion Kit 9mm
Dillion 9mm Dies
Small Pistol Casefeed plate
Powder Funnel 9mm
Decapping pistol pins 10pk
.223 Spare Decap Assembly and extra pin
And might of accidentally gotten a RF100 in Small Primer (but let us not tell the wife of that just yet).
Is there anything glaring that I missed? Yes eventually I will get extra tool heads, and the trimmer, currently I do trimming on a wilson trimmer, its boring, but gives the old mind a rest and lets me have a drink while I tap away.
Thank you for your time and I look forward to some advice.