Hello all! In a few days I plan on embarking on the journey of reloading 500 SW. I will be using Lee 500 SW dies (3-die set) on a Hornady L-N-L classic kit. The cartridge will be a Hornady 300 grain FTX bullet on top 43.0 grains of W 296 in Hornady once fired brass (cleaned in soapy water with a light crimp, but will tumble if I stumble across one). What are the things I should look out for? My primary concern is undercharging the brass because I am using the minimum recommended load in the reloading manual, but I am also worried about the pressures building the case from a bad crimp. I will be comparing the newly reloaded rounds to factory rounds by visual inspection. Either way, whether it is loaded correctly or not, it's going to kick; and unlike other handguns I cannot hold it in a separate and hope for the best. Safety equipment (I am really scared of this blowing up and marring me): Besides a full motorcycle helmet, leather jacket and motorcycle or shop gloves what else should I consider? Should I one hand it (shot with one hand before, the gun no longer kicks and you just hope you don't drop it; follow up shots are not possible...) and cover my neck with my other arm? If you're wondering why I'm pooping myself over safety its because of this (see broken revolver) Some of you guys may be thinking "if he's this scared of reloading, he probably shouldn't reload" but I'm just speaking what we all were thinking the moment we first reloaded. Any advice would be appreciated! Also if any of you guys have large rifle primers laying around and wouldn't miss 50 or so, PM me! It is impossible to find people with large rifle primers and even harder to find people willing to part with them.