Have any of youse guys ever had a funny thing happen while reloading, or as a result of an error in reloading? I had a "first" happen to me last night when I was cooking up some .45 ACP ammo. I use a Lee turret press, but I have deactivated the auto-indexing feature, so I can size, decap and prime a box of 50, then flare and charge the same 50, then seat and crimp the 50. It usually goes faster for me that way. Well, I got to where I was flaring and charging, but I was having trouble weighing the charges (I use a dipper and a scale, rather than an automagic feed). I'd weigh a charge, then put the dipper down to pick up the pan and dump the powder into the funnel, but before I got hold of the pan, I'd notice that the scale was showing the charge to be a little heavy sometimes, and a little light other times, so I'd have to reweigh it. Finally my eyes caught some movement, so I took a good look. There was a little bitty bug crawling on the scale beam, from one end to the other. When he was close to the end supporting the powder pan, the charged looked heavy, and when he was close to the end with the pointer, the charge looked light. So I had to get the critter off the scale (I killed his sorry a$$), dump all the powder out of the cartridges and start over.