So, I have been reloading for the last few years on a single stage RCBS Rock Chucker press. Just before deer season I trade it for a Lock-N-Load AP Auto Progressive Press. The guy I got it from had replaced the pawls, but did not get them adjusted correctly. I decided to reload some 380acp for my wife's Glock 43. I got up and watched a few videos, figured out the stations, figured out the primer system, got the shell plate on and started adjusting dies. Around 1 PM I installed a light strip on the inside of the press and tried to adjust the powder measure. Back to you tube and watching videos, it seemed pretty straight forward. However, it took me a couple of hours to figure out I needed to stack a couple of the bushings to get enough adjustment, with a short 380 case. I forgot the part when I was adjusting the amount of powder it was dropping and pulled the plastic tube off the measure and spilled a few table spoons of powder all over the floor. So, around 3 I figured out the pawls were out of adjustment, because the case was not lining up with the powder measure every time, and crushing a couple of cases. around 4 pm I got the pawls adjusted. then I could not get the primer feeder to work. Took everything a part, some how a large pistol primer was jammed in the housing, and the small pistol primer slide would not pick it up. Finally at about 5, I cranked out about 5 bullets. I need to check the adjust for the amount of powder it is dropping, which I will do tomorrow. Sunday night is family dinner night, so I grilled some 2 inch thick rib eyes and baked some potatoes. Now the cowboys are on. So maybe tomorrow I can get 1000K 380 rounds reloaded.