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Pistol brass is all mixed. Not for compitition. Just blasting /plinking.

Compitition Brass is all new Starline. But I dont shoot compitition any more so I guess that's mute.

Rifle brass, both 223 and 308, sorted by LC and other.

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40 and 45 tends not to be as picky

I shoot at least 25-30 differen theadstamp 40.. and 0 issues yet, but I run everything in shockbottle. but all the "doesnt chamber" ammo gets put in practice bin, which.. so far has worked 100% as well :P

9 is way way more picky

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shockbottle?

http://www.benstoegerproshop.com/100-Hole-9mm-Chamber-Checker-Cartridge-Case-Gauge-p/cg9-100-a.htm

100 round case gauge.

I do mixed as well for 9mm, in autos it matters not at all as far as I can tell, including for matches or whatever. If it case gauges, it shoots. For a major, i will sort out same headstamp, but its phsycological...

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shockbottle?

http://www.benstoegerproshop.com/100-Hole-9mm-Chamber-Checker-Cartridge-Case-Gauge-p/cg9-100-a.htm

100 round case gauge.

I do mixed as well for 9mm, in autos it matters not at all as far as I can tell, including for matches or whatever. If it case gauges, it shoots. For a major, i will sort out same headstamp, but its phsycological...

The Dillon Case Gauge dose the same thing just one at a time is that right.
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shockbottle?

http://www.benstoegerproshop.com/100-Hole-9mm-Chamber-Checker-Cartridge-Case-Gauge-p/cg9-100-a.htm

100 round case gauge.

I do mixed as well for 9mm, in autos it matters not at all as far as I can tell, including for matches or whatever. If it case gauges, it shoots. For a major, i will sort out same headstamp, but its phsycological...

The Dillon Case Gauge dose the same thing just one at a time is that right.

yep, or just plunk test in your barrel.

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For what purpose are you loading? Especially for pistol, unless it is for serious bullseye accuracy in competition, headstamp means very little, with the exception of wierdos pushing envelopes in 9mm Major and silly stuff like that. *wink*

I probably have several dozen different headstamps in my .45 ACP collection, and will leave a trail of brass at a match that has everything from now-twice-fired, pristine, freshly (and perhaps wrongly) acquired spoils to still-fighting WW2 surplus brass that has seen a hundred firings (one of the great things about shooting a .45 ACP.)

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