Hey everyone, Went out shooting tonight, and while I was making my normal rounds looking for brass I found some of my bullets from the last few weeks of shooting. I shoot at about 8,000 ft here in Wyoming, on some public land. I always go to the same spot, and there is still plenty of snow to catch/stop the bullets. With all the warm weather we have had, my snow bank has almost completely melted and at the bottom of the snow I have found about a hundred bullets. They are in excellent condition, they have the rifling marks down the side and are pretty cool. I think I know the answer to my own question here, but are there any instances where you can reuse these? I am guessing no, but hey, you never know. The bullets were my reloads, shot out of a stock g20. 180 Montana Gold JHP out of starline brass with aa#2 for the powder. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!