With just about any press you can load one round at a time or just do one step at a time. Until you get the feel of what is going on. With a LCT it's just about the same as a SS press you just don’t need to pull out the case and put it back in depending on how you want to look at it 4 or 5 times to load one round. But then if you only shoot 50 or 100 rounds a week or month a single stage will work. The way I did it when all I had was a SS and shooting a lot more than that. I took a coffee can full of the brass and sized and deprimed. Then seated a primer I did it off press. Belled the mouth. Each stage went into a different coffee can. Then 50 at a time added powder checked the powder level in the case then seated and crimped the round. After the initial prep when I came back from the range the brass was cleaned. Then sized and deprimed. Next day seat primers and bell the case. It ended with doing about 2 to 4 hours every day of pulling the handle on the press. If I got caught up I then would do the other brass and set it aside until it was needed. Don’t think I ever got completely got caught up using a SS press.