Bapple, I would greatly appreciate it. I can get my hands on all the necessary equipment but I do not own the 300 BLK dies and presses yet. Once I get those, I may get you to further explain the process to me. I do not have a chronograph so I will just be going by the info I see online. I just dont want to continue paying over $1.5 for a round as simple as the 300 BLK. Barnes sure is proud of their factory ammo.
Well to keep things basic for now, the two main differences I can think of compared to pistol loading are these:
1. You don't have to trim handgun cases.
2. You don't have to expand the case mouths in rifle cases.
Pistol loading is extremely fast compared to rifle. But rifle loading can have much better benefits because you can find the right powder/bullet combination that makes the rifle shoot amazingly.