Yes, but only if you do lots of brass in one caliber. It is a pain to change calibers. If you are lurking here you probably load a lot of 5.56. It is GREAT for that. Unbelievably fast. I did not like it on a 550B press, so I bought a used Rock Chucker and leave it mounted on there semi-permanently. You can trim 1000 brass in NO time. [heavy]
Originally Posted By critter_FR:
Does it decap and size the brass too?
It can be used to size but will NOT decap, as that would interfere with the trimming process. I prefer to lube/size/decap on another press, then leave the lube on and trim in a separate operation. It is more handling but still very efficient and fast. Next I tumble to remove the lube and clean the primer pockets.