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Old 03-15-2013, 04:10 PM   #201
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barman, what do you keep in the tupperware totes?
They are my first attempt and trying to organize my brass.

For each calibar that I have, I have 3 different containers:
1) Dirty Primed
2) Dirty Deprimed
3) Clean

What I pick up at the range goes into bucket #1 by caliber. When I deprime, I move them to bucket #2. then, once cleaned and dryed they go to bucket #3, ready for loading.

It was the best I could come up w/ and I'm sure it will evolve over time.
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Good system. I use coffee cans in the garage for range pickup. Then the red Acro boxes for after they have been cleaned and along through the reloading process.

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They are my first attempt and trying to organize my brass.

For each calibar that I have, I have 3 different containers:
1) Dirty Primed
2) Dirty Deprimed
3) Clean

What I pick up at the range goes into bucket #1 by caliber. When I deprime, I move them to bucket #2. then, once cleaned and dryed they go to bucket #3, ready for loading.

It was the best I could come up w/ and I'm sure it will evolve over time.
actually seems like a pretty system to me. i use a two container system. dirty and clean. mine usually goes from deprimed, right to the tumbler for cleaning.
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I tumble and then deprime. I'm still working on my system for keeping rifle brass separated based on how many firings are on it. Pistol brass it doesn't seem to matter as much.

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Looks like you've got an RCBS addiction. What rifle you got there? I like the stock.

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Looks like you've got an RCBS addiction. What rifle you got there? I like the stock.
I have a RCBS charge master pro and a rock chucker supreme press. The rifle is a savage 114 ultra (discontinued) in 7mm STW on a McMillan A5 stock.
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They are my first attempt and trying to organize my brass.

For each calibar that I have, I have 3 different containers:
1) Dirty Primed
2) Dirty Deprimed
3) Clean

What I pick up at the range goes into bucket #1 by caliber. When I deprime, I move them to bucket #2. then, once cleaned and dryed they go to bucket #3, ready for loading.

It was the best I could come up w/ and I'm sure it will evolve over time.
i might need to steal this idea. rt now i just kinda of wing it. lol but this would probly be nice to use. rt now i have all my sorted brass in cardboard boxes after its been tumbled. for the rest of the loading process i just use the loading block.
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