You don't need a press unless you want to do a head-cheese style loaf.
What I do is save bagel or English muffin sized bread bags and stuff to form the loaf. This works excellent! View attachment 408641
I have a Madax ham press, and have done several projects with it. I've found that I get a better product when I use fibrous casings instead. They just produce a tighter loaf when stuffed properly. And with the fibrous casings it's easier to cold smoke the loaves before cooking.
Here's chunked turkey breast with 1% poultry seasoning with a reduced turkey jelly to aid in binding. this was mostly an experiment to see if I could get a good bind without phosphates.
It did turn out really well, until I realized the bird already was injected from the factory.