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    What’s the polite way to pick up brass?

    I should add most folks who reload here mark their brass with sharpies of different colors and patterns. I use a red sharpie around the extraction groove so it is easy to see laying on the ground. Most do the case head with a line or x’s with one or two colors. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    What’s the polite way to pick up brass?

    Ask the match director or range officer for their preference. One of the indoor USPSA monthly matches are lost brass matches. The match director keeps the brass but if you shoot something he doesn’t, like 38 Super, he doesn’t care if you pick it up. But just ask somebody at the match who should know first. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    X-frame grips

    I use X-frame grips on my ultralight 329PD 44 Magnum. Definitely reduces felt recoil with the big cushion Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Case won't fit gauge

    I had a very similar issue with a Dillon 550B and Dillon dies loading 9mm with 124 MG JHP's. After various adjustment of dies and a lot of research online seeing other people with similar problems I went the recommended route of using a Redding competition seating die. I've had no issues with several hundred rounds. I check each loaded round in a Dillon gage after some of the earlier rounds (pre-Redding) really locked up my M&P. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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