Re: Reloading gear for LR shooting?
Express, another opinion. For me, the accuracy of the reload is in the die. The press only provides the mechanical leverage to do the job. Saying that, your press is fine.
For you 308Win, I would recommend the Lee Collet neck sizer. For the money and operation, it is the easiest and cheapest sizer that produces very concenctric ammo. This assumes that your chamber and bore are inline (no die will help you if not).
Use the reg. seating die first and see how runout is. It might be just fine. If not, I recommend the Forster BR seating die. The micrometer adjustment is nice but I don't bother since I don't play with seating depths after the right OAL is found.
If you want to FL size your brass, not a bad idea for some forms of shooting, send your gunsmith a sized brass from your die. He can then use it as a headspace guage. This will reduce the cost of custom dies and really improve accuracy/sizing issues.
Ultimately, you want concentric ammo. If the chamber/bore are well cut, your work is greatly reduced. Fireformed brass that are collet neck sized will usually be very concentric with a reg. seating die.
Good luck with your new rifle.