Hi all. I'm not a reloader. Right now all I fire is 22LR at a nearby sandpit. Pure plinking. However, every time I shoot at said sandpit, I come home with pockets full of abandoned brass (in addition to my own). I know 22LR isn't reloadable (nor is any rimfire cartridge), but some days I come home with a fistful or two of 9mm, .45, and other one-offs. All the steel Wolf casings go in the municipal recycling bin. Obviously brass has a scrap metal value, but is there any of this stuff that I should be holding to pass on to actual reloaders? Are the 9mm Luger, .45, and 40S&W cases worth bagging separately from my rimfire stuff and saving inhopes of getting more than scrap value for them? How about shotgun shells? I pick those as well, and have been cutting the brass from the hull and tossing in with my 22LR. Keep on with that, or save intact? How oxidized is "too oxidized" for you reloaders? Some of the stuff I've picked up has seen a rainstorm or two, or been snowbound for a while. Does that go straight into the scrap bag, or is it still usable? Thanks in advance!