Jake you owe no appoligy and if it ever comes down to it and it is needed in a bug out I have it and like I said 2 bucks and she throwed in like 500 Winchester Shotgun primers too lol. The memories back in the 60's loading 12 ga for Dad my Uncle and My granddad was fun. I am putting together a bugout and range bag now.Maybe I owe you an apology, While I would never again buy a Classic Lee Loader with the intent of doing any serious loading, I would still pay $20 for one for the novelty factor if nothing else. If I had three or more of them in calibers I considered as defensive, or to be correct, offensive calibers or gauges that I own, and could share at least a common powder, I would buy the powder and primers.
In general, I prefer all my powder, primers, cases and projectiles to be all in one component, they are easier to carry if you bug out, and you don't need the extra weight or storage for the re-loader.