I've never reloaded 30/06 size cases on either style of Lee turrets. I do however collet neck size 7.62x54R on the a Lee Classic turret. (I have to jury rig a 308 collet die to do the neck sizing and the CO-AX will not allow the "jury rig" to fit on it.) I'm certain I could do this russian on the classic turret.
However I will encourage you, if you can afford it, to get a single stage press. I'm a firm believer in the single stage press, be it a CO-AX or any "C" or "O" frame press be it Lee, RCBS or Hornady, Redding or one of the several old work horses like a Herters. There is ALWAYS a NEED for the single stage even if you go progressive.
Another reason is bottle necked cases require more steps to be brought up to perfection. Decapping, then cleaning, case prep, priming, charging, seating, and maybe crimping. Yes they can be done on a turret or a progressive, but the real control comes with batch reloading and oversight and that, Sir, is the recommendation for a single stage, control, inspection and quality. Not bad rules for any reloading practice. But if you just want to plink and shoot without concern for accuracy then forget what I babble on about the single stage.