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There's also the fact that a lot of people just aren't safety- or technically-inclined. Look around for 'kabooms' and many are the result of minor oversights while reloading, and when nearly every firearm manufacturer specifically recommends against using reloads (which typically voids the warranty), it becomes extra risky for many.

Shoot, I bought some professional reloads from a gunshow years back (same equipment that major manufacturers use, lots of QA...these guys sold TONS of the stuff) and have had at least two of the rounds be overcharged. One was in my 995 which laughed and puffed smoke for a bit, the other blew out the magazine of a Kel-Tec PF9...lucky it wasn't worse, but really makes you reconsider reloads, no matter how carefully done.
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