A lot of it is berdan primed. all the surplus is corrosive. Once fired the corrosive salts from the primer start working on the case. They can be cleaned immediately to stop the salts.
You can reload it if its boxer primed and you clean the empties quickly after firing. You then need to remove the shellac finish which can be done with denatured alcohol. This does start the corrosion process again.
If you dont the shallac will gum up your dies and in any case the steel will eventually damage the dies.
Once its all loaded you need to reaply shellac for long term storage or use relatively soon. Your only going to get one maybe two firings before the case splits ruptures or seperates.
Its easier to just buy brass or buy some loaded brass cased ammo. Privi partisan and winchester and a few others make loadable brass cased new ammo. My local walmart and true value stock the 180grn winchester white box of it.
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