No kidding...that is a tough job. They can't even scratch an itch. Reminds me a bit about this one time I had to go to Luxembourg for work. A coworker and I spent a while over a weekend just wandering around the old section of town. He is Israeli but looks like an arab (swarthy, lets say). We take a turn down an alley into what turned out to be a gov't facility of some sort. I couldn't read the small sign because it was written in German or Belgian or some such, but for all I knew, it could have said "trespassers will be shot dead"
One of those motionless guards in formal uniform was standing post outside the door. I noticed his eye shift ever so slightly in our direction, and then his rifle slowly moved in our general direction. I said to my friend "I think we should get the hell out of here...like now". Not a guard to be played around with...and we were just walking around minding our own business.
This sounds a bit extreme. Following proper reloading procedures and taking your time will prevent issues, this is especially true considering that the OP is talking about using a single stage press. All issues I have encountered have been using my progressive presses and making ammo in quantity. He will be fine if he takes his time and pays attention regardless of caliber chosen.