New loaders I have noticed that there are a lot of guys taking up Reloading. For the first time. Most take the time to read the manuals, but today everyone is always in a rush and taking short cuts, and with the shortage of components, sometimes its hard to find the components that fit your load. #1 read the manual, and stay within the Min, and Max, loads listed. Also a common newbee mistake, push the envelope. You do not need max, loads. Most times you are wasting powder and cases, something else you should consider, a max velocity load developed in cold weather . Will produce dangerously high pressures in hot weather. Also I hear talk about sub-loads. This to has a lot of contrivers around it. I have read where people have had major problems with attempting this. I have reloaded for 40 years but am constantly learning. . This is a great place to ask questions and meet people. But remember anyone can answer a question. And like everything in life some have a great deal more experience than others. Reloading has provided me with hundreds of hours of enjoyment in front of the Reloading bench. And thousands of rounds of cheap Ammo. But it only takes one big mistake to change all that. There are four different gun forms I visit this by far is the best. My 2 cents worth.