Well you live and learn.
Im big enough to stand up and say when I make a mistake, so here is one of those times.
I was given some advice to go a certain way, and I decided to go on my own so to speak.. now Im paying for it...
Bottom line, I have now actually loaded some rounds using the infamous nutcracker.. although it was a good learning experience, it is painfully slow.... Mostly due to die changes and since I wasnt using a powder measure, I was hand weighing every charge manually on my rcbs beam scale. That is one LONG way to go.
Furthermore, the manual process I think can be troublesome since I almost double charged a round due to the fact that when going by hand I had almost forgotten to move the funnel to another case..
Soooo I just bought a Lee Turret which I think will make things vastly faster, and I can use a powder measure and such...
The hand press, and hand primer among a bunch of things were basically wasted money now...
Live and learn..... I am however looking forward to getting the turret.. I have seen them in action many times and they look pretty enjoyable, while still being controllable and reasonably quick.
Unfortunately, with all the advances in medical science, there still just isnt any cure for "stupid".