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  1. I know some of you with automated 1050s (AmmoBot, Mark7, etc) pre-process (decap & resize, not cleaning) your brass before reloading. I can see the benefits, in that if it helps to ensure a trouble-free reloading session, it might be worth it. I've had a couple of times when the decapping pin was not quite tight enough, and this caused a real mess, and is a PITA to clean up. I guess this alone might be worth it, I just hate handling brass more than I have to. Maybe after the learning curve flattens out, things will be better. Have you found it worthwhile? or not? EDIT: My question is primarily for pistol brass, especially 9mm.
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