Dillon XL 650 with auto case feed will easily crank out 600-800/hr.
I've probably loaded couple hundred thousand on my 650 and its still as good as new.
Depending on the height of your table, the strong mount is nice, also the bullet tray is handy. I don't care for the low powder alarm, as the powder hopper is clear and easily visible. The Powder check is nice though (alarms for individual low/high powder charges).
Get some extra primer tubes and use the Dillon dies, as they have a lead cut in the bottom for progressive use.
If some is good and more is better, then too much is just right.
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