I shoot .270 weatherby magnum and because of the price of ammo I have decided to reload my own. I haven't been able to shoot as often as I would like simply because of the cost ($85 for 20 commercially loaded cartridges) and if I could I would shoot it a lot more. My brother currently loads on a RCBS single stage press and it takes him all day to load 75 rounds, and because of this I have been considering buying a progressive reloading press. The trouble I'm finding is that the progressive presses all seem to be tailored more for handgun ammunition. I will be reloading an assortment of ammo, (I own a .38 special, a .44, a .222 remington, a .250 savage, a .270 winchester, a .270 weatherby, and a .300 winchester magnum) and because of this I will need a press that can accomodate cartridges from .38 special through .300 winchester magnum. Does anyone have any experience in the matter or any advice on which press will handle the task?