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Old 09-07-2008, 10:44 PM   #11
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Greetings one and all. I have never sorted any brass, rifle or pistol in the 43 yrs I have been reloading. May not work for anyone but me.
I only sorth them for my AR's, since chamber dimensions in these guns are tighter than most, and I strive for accuracy in my reloads for these weapons. For my milsurp bolt guns,lever guns and revolvers I don't bother. Maximum accuracy demands consistent brass.


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Throw away/recycle any amerc head stamped brass. It is the suck. This is one of those times when it is best not to embrace it.

For pistol cases I don't sort.
For rifle cases I sort by headstamp and by number of firings.

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