I'll echo that there's lots of good advice here. I'll add the necessity of a loading block - you can easily see what cases are charged, and which ones aren't. I started recently with a Lee Deluxe Turret kit, and used it as a single-stage for the first several hundred rounds. That's the way to go, I think, because now I can use it as it was intended and my production rate has steadily increased. I don't think I'm "pushing" any boundaries, either, since I'm sticking to published, mid-range data on my loads. There's plenty of time to 'tinker' with accuracy, etc. on rifle loads after I have a few thousand more pistol rounds under my belt. I read "The ABC's of Reloading", Lyman's 49th, and Lee's Modern Reloading, as well as watched lots of YouTube videos and asked questions on forums like this before I started. You are on the right track. Go for it!