I have a Hornady Lock-n-Load press, wich isn't near as nice as the Redding press, but my loads are just as accurate as they would be with a million $dollar press.
I love my quick change bushings that my L-n-L offers.
If your Rem 700 is currently shooting MOA with factory ammo, you'll likely get a lot better accuracy out of handloads, once you learn how to feed your rifle what it likes, & tailor your loads to it.
Buy a Hornady 7th, or 8th edition Loading Manual (super easy to read, & understand), & order a Cabellas "shooting" magazine. Read the manual, look at the pics in the cabellas mag, & you'll get a lot better understanding of what's what. Plus, you'll set yourself up for an easy first step into the handloading world.
You don't need the most expensive press. Ya, Dillon, Redding, & Forster presses are kinda the "Cadilacs" but the RCBS, & Hornady are kinda like the "pickup trucks". They do what the Cadi does, but without the smooth ride & sexy lines.
My loading setup is made up of a mix & match bunch of components. Redding (dies, & trickler), Hornady (Manual, press, priming tool, & bushings), RCBS (powder throw, scale, & hand tools), Lyman (case trimmer, & hand tools), Cabellas (tumbler, & media seperator),etc.etc.etc.... The list goes on, & becomes quite intricate for each person. But, the components I chose suit me best, for my style of loading, & also fit well on my bench (less clutter).
Get a manual, & Cabellas shooting mag, & start reading, & looking at pictures. Get an idea of what you want/need to get started.
THEN get a press, & components & You'll be hooked before ya know it.
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