what a dang mess! a very busy looking loading table that always gets cleared away and tidied up when actually loading rounds. i just put everything that i could fit on the table for the pic. lotsa stuff is missing.
between the t-rex and the breech load, i'm pretty well covered for making really accurate rounds. that little lee press off in the back is strictly for punching out .45-70 wads and sizing lead boolits that i cast - you can see the boolit catching red plastic hopper installed.
powder management not shown - though there's an rcbs 505 analog beam scale under that plastic hood on the table, i rarely use it. i have a jennings mack 20 digital scale that i mostly use and a gem pro 250 to back it up. both are accurate to +/- .02 grains. i use a cheap lee powder measure to under throw the charge and then bring the weight up to spex with an omega power trickler. in the past i tried all manner of powder throwers and none were accurate enuf for me, particularly with small 4 and 5 grain pistol charges. then i went to a full blown automatic rcbs chargemaster. which works pretty darned well, but at best it will do about +/- .2 grains. that omega power trickler is just perfect and the charges are never off by more than +/- .03 grains. that's good enuf for me, for both pistol and much heftier rifle charges for .30-06 and .45-70 loads.
with the t-rex press, i just snug down the turret bolt tight and check it once a week or month. you can pretty much feel when it's loosening. the more you use the press, the more that dang bolt wants to loosen. i need to call redding up about that, today. maybe it needs a lock washer.