When I started running Fishing Boats I came up with a question for the Experienced guys that taught me a lot,
"So, what are some of the things you did wrong, got away with it or not, but how could I really blow it?" Some of them didn't really like the question but it's a good one to think about.
So in the Handloading Sphere I gotta wonder, what are some of the "Whoa, can't believe I did that," moments in your past?
I'll start, with my first time, set up everything, lots to be figuring out, had no mentor but the manuals.....Loaded up twenty and got to the range and launched 'em before coming back to do another batch and in setting up to start realized "I Never Zeroed the Scale!!"
Amazingly enough, it hadn't been moved and was only a smidgeon off, but Wow, can't believe I did that,
Maybe this can be a learning thing for the new guys (Myself being one) or for all of us, so,
C'mon guys tell us the truth... What Could Go Wrong?