Welcome to our world Goat! I took the first step of getting you headed in the right direction and moved this post to the appropriate forum.
I am intending to get a couple of Ranch Dog moulds and sizers but am having trouble ordering the sizer off of the site
If you are talking about my site, I changed the location of my Lube & Size Kits within my store so you didn't have to look through all of them to get to the one you want. If you browsed the kits prior to this change, the old url is probably cached in your browser. Go to this link and refresh your browser (F5 or Control+R), that will bring the new directory up.
The 32-20 is a dandy little cartridge to work with and the 375/38-55 Wins are easy as well, just keep them "fat". Each fall I get a lot of emails and phone calls with hunters excited about their success. I had an unusual amount of excitement from guys shooting the TLC379-235-RF, my 375/38-55 Win bullet. May be the shortage created by Hornady redirecting the production to other bullets or something along those lines made the difference in guys picking up the mold. On opening evening I had a rancher friend of mine call me about an hour before dark. I had my phone on "silent" because I was hunting but figured if he was calling there was a good reason. As I answered he said "did you hear me hit that deer?" In that he is about 15 miles from me, I said "no..." He was pumped as he had bought a M94 Big Bore, tired of waiting to find a Marlin, and had just shot his first deer with a cast bullet. 160-yards with open sights, the very large buck had went straight down. Said he had never heard a bullet hit a deer so hard. Two large bucks had been coming down an open hill side. Both saw him and stopped, one turned around and left and the largest kept looking at him. He shot it head on through the chest and the 235-grain bullet exited the ham. The contents of the chest cavity was liquefied but only a .38 hole through the meat!