About three months ago, a acquaintance called and has taken a interest in shooting so, wants me to go with him, which I do. Recently, he wants to learn reloading after seeing my bench. What's it's going to lead to is him wanting to reload all his brass here and clean his gun after every shoot, he's made hints that's what he wants to do. Told me he'd like to "bring all his stuff" here. He's bought some things like a hand priming tool, brass preparation set etc. I thought about this good and hard. I have problems with anyone else using my equipment, first is liability, I own this house free and clear. What if, somehow even in a freak incident, he gets injured, primer tube blows up, powder catches fire, anything. I know in these times, they'll run to a lawyer and I'll be in big trouble. Secondly, I'm in the process of getting the house ready to remodel, so if I'm not shooting, I'm working on the house, and cannot possibly sit by and hand hold him while he reloads and no way would I leave him alone to reload. He's not experienced at all in reloading, he's just a rank beginner that has to be shown every single thing, has no particular skill in dexterity and lacking analytical thinking. I told him, I'm very busy now and that he should work on getting his own press and all that's necessary. Says he has no room living in a apartment. He does have more than enough money. I'd like to nip this in the bud so to speak. What do you think? I'm I being unreasonable? Thanks!