If it’s something feel comfortable with then good for you! There’s a learning curve with the machine to be sure but it’s not anything worse than reloading the first cartridge. Best of luck my friend! Let us know your progress . Plus or minus about the machine. TIA. LyleHi Everyone, I just ordered a new AMP machine with the pilots needed for the cartridges I try to precision shoot with. I am one of the few that hasn’t been sold on annealing. I’m shooting custom rifles that I get built with match chambers (close to SAAMI min specs). I then fire 3 cases at least 3x neck sizing only. I send these off to Whidden with chamber print. I get dies back that work my brass a minimum. I’ve been getting 10-12 reloads out of my brass without being able to see much difference. Almost everyone anneals so I thought I would give it a try. I’m posting this to see what most people’s opinion on annealing. Rifles are built with no turn necks. I am not neck turning.
Note: realizing this is a subject that has been discussed a lot, If I see negative feedback for creating this post I will offer my apologies & delete.