The dies should be no big deal - especially the 32 spl. 303 Sav brass is another matter altogether. It hasn't been made by anyone for quite some time. I make my own from 220 Swift. The rim dimensions aren't what I would prefer, but they function well through my 1899's. I like 303 made from 30-40 a LOT better, but it's pretty labor-intensive, and you would need access to a machine shop for the home made die to swage the heads to the proper diameter. On the Savage collectors forum ( www.24hourcampfire.com ) there has been recent talk of a special run of 303 Sav brass by a "major" manufacturer. You can read up on the topic there. If you're interested in making your own 303 Sav, I will provide details. SW
Lee offers both in their Limited Production Series. List is only $30 and you should get a substantial discount from one of the mail order houses.
On the really cheap, you can necksize and seat the .303 Savage in a set of .308 Win dies. That's what I did the only time I ever had occasion to load for that caliber. If you happened to have a set of 8x57 dies you did not mind shortening slightly, you could do the same with the .32 Win Special. I'd do that one without the expander ball, though.
We've been picking up rcbs die sets for orphaned rounds on eBay for $7-10 + shipping [and in/with the newer square corner rcbs plastic boxes, ie, 1980s-90s production]... actually picked up dies for both the 32ws and 303 that way.