I decided to load up some .32 S&W Long target ammo today for the new SP101 in .327. I can normally crank out about 200 rounds an hour of .45 Colt or .45 ACP using my Lee Classic Turret Press, but today was a chore in so many ways. In fact, it has probably been decades since I have loaded anything with small primers, since 9mm and 5.56 is so darn cheap most of the time in bulk. First, I had trouble finding my small primer arm. Finally, it was in the last place I looked. Then, I had continual problems with indexing, it just wouldn't adjust properly. So, I removed the indexing rod and turned the die head by hand. Also, I had to continually torque down the clamps that I use to secure the piece of oak that the press is mounted on to the workmate that I use as a bench. Then, about every 3rd round, the primer would fall out of the priming cup, and I would have to use a flashlight to find the errant primer on the floor. Finally, the threads on my old-style Auto-Disk powder thrower hopper finally gave out, and I ended up cleaning up spilled Trail Boss. So, rather than an output of 200 rounds per hour, I ended up with 100 rounds after 4 hours. My original plan was to load 200. I also need to do some troubleshooting to find out why indexing wouldn't adjust, as well as ordering new parts for the powder dispenser. But, like somebody says, a bad day of reloading beats.... Oh well, who am I trying to kid.