So I have been wanting to get into reloading and have been reading The ABC'S of reloading. Well i had my book at work while on break. A guy I work with came in to breakroom and he said he was going to start reloading. He said he had a press, bullets, primers and powder. Then he said he had never reloaded or read a book on reloading. And he would just get a recipe from someone and load away. So i was trying to explainable to him the danger of just trusting someone elses recipe as there is a guy at work that blew up a ar by blindly trusting someone elses recipe. When i was talking to him he even said "I thought that was alot of powder". And got really lucky he didnt get hurt. So i start to try and explain pressure and that raising the pressure to fast makes pretty much a pipe bomb. So in the end he said that he would buy a book and learn about reloading since he knew very little. He also asked what books to buy and i recommended speer and Lyman' s current reloading books. I am really glad that he said something and didnt just start reloading without knowing whats going on. And while i am just getting into reloading and I by know means know everything and probably never will i think i at least pointed him in the right direction.