Hey guys - So anyone let their children reload with them? I have a very bright, inquisitive 3 yo daughter (just turned 3) who is all about helping 'Daddy make his "bowlets.'" I have a little chair set up next to my bench just for her, and the rule is she isn't allowed near the bench when I am not loading (and she respects the rule - When I am not loading, I keep a towel over my press and of course, all my materials are stored securely). I do the 'actual' reloading, but let her 'pull the handle down' to seat the bullets. She's very excited to help, and especially enjoys pulling the brass from the tumbler and shaking the media out. One day when I think she's ready, it'll be time to take her to the range with a .22 to shoot a few rounds to enjoy the fruits of her labors. :thumbup: Of course y'all have let the little ones help reload to some degree, but at what age do you let them have more responsibility? Sorting bullets by weight, trimming, etc?