Dive right in. From the outside it can seem intimidating, it's really not. A couple hard copy manuals, and guidance from us here and you're all set. Nitesite mentioned it years ago, it's easy to get caught up chasing numbers, and generally over thinking it. It doesn't have to be that complex. Unless you want it to be. And chasing chronos numbers, and tiny groups can be fun. From a preparedness standpoint theres plenty of basic loads that just work. As far as investment of equipment, Lee is the most inexpensive. I will say I've loaded a few thousand rounds of various caliber, rifle, and pistol, with great success. I have upgraded some parts. Mainly for convenience. I have no doubt I could go back to the starter set, and load good ammo for a SHTF situation.
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