I use to help my grandpa reload years ago before he died. Sadly, (as is usually the case with us young whippersnappers) I didn't retain as much of the knowledge as I should have. Ten years later, I am setting up some of the reloading equipment that I inheirited and would like to know if I can safely use any of the powder and primers that I have. They have all been stored in cardboard boxes in a cool, dark, dry storage facility. In going through the powder, there is no sign that any moisture has invaded the containers. The primers are all free of rust and corrosion. I'm pretty much like a brand new reloader, so any help would be greatly appreciated. Also, I printed off the article on the Intro to Reloading sticky, can you recommend any other "Reloading for Dummies" type of manual?