If you need some brass, give me a holler. Other than that, I don't reload for pistol, but it seems all reloading components (other than bullets) appear to be short at this time. Maybe they are recovering like other things lately, but I think primers and powder are still rather hard to come by. May seem like a difficult time getting started, money wise and/or supplies wise. But if you shoot a lot, it would take a short time to pay off I would imagine. I handload for rifle cartridges, and I've been set on supplies for a very long time, back when factory rifle rounds were a dollar a piece or less, so I wouldn't have any suggestions as to what press and what all you'd want to look into, but most of the guys I know that do massive reloading use the Dillon stuff. If you just want to tinker and maybe make 50-100 rounds a day, and at less expense, might try the Lee Original loaders. I know they are still out there and still selling. I watch EBay sometimes, and thinking I might want to add the .223 to my reloading endeavors.