I haven’t brought a gun since the pandemic and never hunted before. All of my guns are 9mm, 7.62, .22, and .223/556. Never felt I had a reason to reload till now. These larger calibers are expensive and I need to practice shooting at long distances. I work between 65-70 hours a week, work on my homes, and the kids. So limited time is something to consider. I’m buying either a browning or tikka in 30 06, a savage axis or American in 270, and a sfar 308. Single stage/turret/progressive for a beginner should I just shoot for the progressive and take the time to learn it or start small. For my handgun rounds I would need to do atleast 200 rounds an hour since I usually take friends and family to the range with me. And for my hunting rounds I need bare minimum 100 rounds an hour.