I'm having trouble envisioning your Dillon being clamped to the dinette table in an RV. Not very portable for one thing and when camping, space is at a premium anyway so stowing a Dillon becomes an issue.I've never been a fan of handloaders. You just can't get enough leverage. Make a folding bench and mount a press to it? I have a Dillon Square Deal B mounted to a folding table and it works on straight wall pistol cases. jmho
That is, exactly what I do. I use the Lee supplied bushing and run my RCBS dies... you cannot use an FL die set in the handloader because it don't have enough mechanical advanntage (think thats what it's called) to FL resize a case of any consequence, no matter how much case lube you use, I know, I tried, you can't do it and you cannot bump shoulders either but it runs straightwall cases just fine (though I do help it out with sizing wax, even with a no lube needed carbide die). I used it this evening at the gun club, I wanted to adjust a charge rate in a couple 460 cases and I had my H110 in the car and my PACT scale so I dropped the charge rate on 5 cases charged them (I usually have primed cases in the cartridge boxes), weighed the charges on the PACT and seated the pills, collet crimped them and went outside and shot the 5, I wanted the see if the charge impacted the POI and it did.Why not get a Lee hand held and use standard dies in whatever caliber you want?