I checked my ammo supply, .45 cal. and I am down to my critical stage. I have less than 1K rounds left. I am going to have to use my Herter's single stage because I have a 5lbs. coffee can full of belled and resized casings and are ready to prime. I set up my Dillon Square D to load .45 however I did not set up the primer correctly (after reading the book 10X) so I have to make a trip to Scottsdale to the plant and have them check on what I did wrong. The primers are not seating correctly. They have a lifetime warranty so I might as well take the time and have a tech check it over for me. Oh, BTW, last Sunday when I was down at the range, I swept up a bunch of range rounds and brought them home to sort out and reload. I found about 200 rounds of Federal brass however they are the small primer rounds. I try to keep 2500-3000 rounds on hand all the time because in the summer time, when the temp says 110 degrees outside, it's 115 in my loading room. I sweated it out last year and reloaded during the summer but after about an hour, the sweat pours out and it's not worth it. Even my do rag gets soaked. Gotta get my butt in gear and start reloading. Now the temp is cold (for me). It hasn't hit 60 degrees yet. Be glad when we are up in the mid 90's again!!!