I am thinking about getting back into reloading and I am researching what would be an accurate set-up but also looking to achieve an efficient workflow to save time.
When it comes to reloading press accuracy do you loose significant amounts of precision with an indexing/progressive style of press versus a single cartridge press?
Other things being equal, I would rather spend more on an indexing one with 4/5 stations to reduce the time it takes to reload range & hunting ammo. At this point the range ammo is largely for running target shooting and not F-Class pinging at 1200m. I suspect the answer is that single cartridge presses are absolutely more accurate. But are the indexing version "significantly" less accurate if you use quality/competition dies?
To keep it simple I have been looking at single manufacturers who offer both types of press - something like a Dillion Precision BL550 versus XL650 or RCBS Rock Chucker Supreme versus Pro2000 Auto.