Hello, I am fairly new to the site, and fairly new to reloading, I have been wanting to get my own equipment for some time now, but finally have the resources to do it. The main reason I'm posting is because my two friends houses who I rload with dont really have the patience to do precision reloading which is what I want to do, so I have compiled a "list" of stuff that I think I am planning on buying but I would like some opinons first, an I would like to know if all of this stuff seems reasonable, I will be loading for a .338 Lapua primarily, but have about 10 rifle calibers and 5 handgun calibers I might get into. For starters I will be building loads for my .338 LM .308 .300 WM and .204 ruger. I am fairly concerened some of this equipment might not work for the .338 LM due to the nature of the beast..... Here is a list of the things I have compiled so far, electronic caliper (or dial open to sugestions havnt done my research) Lyman Magnum bullet puller The RCBS Supreme Rock chucker kit (not sure how I feel about buying a kit) if the kit isnt appropriate I was thinking about a forster co-ax press, the uniflow powder measure and as for the scale I'm not sure..... heard to many mixed things on just about everything out there. RCBS case trimmer, kind of opting for the electronic version, however I'm not sure why. Hornady case tumbler (again not sure why seems like a good bang for the buck) Already have forster competition dies for the .338 LM I understand I will need more case prep things but not sure what I need and whats just "hype"... I truley appreciate any help I recive, jumping into this without a mentor who wants to reload for the accuracy I am hoping for is a bit overwhelming!