Depends what you want it for. I have a Lyman Crusher II press that is ideally suited to the longer cases like .30-06 where a Lee Turret Press is not quite tall enough when bullet seating. For rifle cartridges the Lyman is excellent. For pistol brass that requires more batch quantities I could do with a Dillon progressive, the Lyman makes them perfectly but it is a slower process. I would not use a progressive press for rifle cartridges though.What press would you all recommed, im using a lee atm, but looking to get a second.
Do you shoot a competition rifle?~MuirThanks for all the replies.
In essence im looking for another press to do the bullet seating or sizing. Will use the lee for one and the new on for the othet. The rock chuckers have a good rep, but wondered about the other options too.
Will get some competition dies as well for the 308...
Forget competition dies and save your money for a good powder measure like a Jones or Harrell.~MuirCurrently not, but I want to be as precise as I can with every variable!