+1 on ABC's of Reloading.
If you have an odd-ball rifle caliber that you rarely shoot, the the Lee whack-a-mole setup makes sense. My dad had one for his .264 Win Mag when I was a kid. It's good enough for a couple 20 round boxes per year. For a couple hundred rounds per month, you want a bit more productivity. For a pistol caliber that you will shoot a fair amount of, hunt down a Lee Classic Turret Press Kit (or similar) as a minimum.
Note: during times of normal availability, 9mm will be the hardest caliber to save money with, due to it's (normally) cheap cost. Right now is a crappy time to get into reloading due to the availability of the required consumables. I haven't seen a pistol primer in months. Supplies of bullets are hit or miss at best, My favorite cast bullet supplier has a statement advising of a 5 to 6 week lead time for delivery. Name Brand jacketed bullets are rare as (around here) well.
So...I suggest reading the recommended book then figuring out what your going to need for consumables, and see if they are available. If yes, then figure out what sort of setup you want to move forward with.
MSgt, USAF, Retired
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