does anyone reload for their M1a on their Dillon 650? My plan is to get the national match dies from Forster, and set up a tool head dedicated for the M1a only. I’m planning on buying a couple thousand sized, trimmed, annealed and deprimed 308 lake city cases from txbrass to start with. So no sizing die on the tool head to start with, just powder, seat and crimp(Dillon crimp). Gonna use the classic setup of Sierra match king 168s, with H4895. Then...as far as the future, when I start running out of cases, I’ll likely be wet tumbling, then sizing and depreiming, on a separate tool head, then using a giraud trimmer to start with, or maybe my le Wilson until I get tired of that. Primer pocket uniforming? Necessary? Is the Dillon trimming power tool easier to use than the giraud? Is annealing worth it? Or talk me out of buying processed and annealed brass, and tell me to do it myself.