With the comming of the new year, I have my heart set on my next reloading endeavor which will be feeding a soon to be purchased AR-15 in .223/5.56 NATO. I have all my pistol loading requirements met with my SDB and various dies/toolheads for 9mm, .40/10mm, .45 ACP and .380 Auto so this set-up will be strictly for rifle. The debate is which way to go in regards to a press I'm thinking of finding a used Dillon 550B on a strong mount and going with the Dillon carbide .223 dies. Then again the Horandy LNL looks appealing too I'd like to hear some of the pros and cons from those who use these particular presses for rifle loading. In addition any recommendations to other tooling, such as a case trimmer, gauges, etc. that I will require to load .223 would be be much appreciated. Limitations if any would be that I want to be able to load a reasonable number of rounds and hour, as I anticipate my monthly round count to be somewhere around 800-1200. I'll be not be loading match grade target rounds but bulk ammo for tactical practice applications. Thanks Wanna kill these ads? We can help!