Re: WTB**inexpensive equipment
Get a used RCBS Jr. Maybe 40 bucks
Get some kind of a decent balance scale, I use a 45 year old Lyman Ohaus.
Get a set of Lyman shell holders that has the cartridge you are using.
Get a small bowl for holding powder
Get an aluminum set of measuring spoons for dipping powder from the bowl to the scale.
Get some dies, I'd suggest standard stuff unless you have a special neck dimension.
That's as basic and as inexpensive as one can get. When I started that's pretty much all there was. I still have the stuff though I have another set of stuff that has evolved over the years.
The next "stuff" you will need is a case length gage (caliper) and trimmer as your cases may grow. Too long is a bad thing. Keep 'em short if in doubt.
Oh, a primer pocket cleaner (a real one or a proper size bonanza screw driver)
And, turn of the fan, A/C when weighing powder.
You can then upgrade you equipment in accordance with your personal desires and needs.
I keep my "old stuff" around to start new guys/gals with. I have a session where they get familiar with the "tools" then I loan it to them until they get on their feet.