Yeah, I just don't have the 'control' over scrounged brass at my new club. Shot once was free and easy at my old range. Now... too many Major (PF) shooters, with well-abused brass. I've found though, that getting on a squad with a lot of ladies shooting (without F106 husbands), can yield a good amount of factory once-fired brass. Seems that ladies don't do a lot of reloading!I don't try to pick up range brass unless it is brand new and a shooter is leaving it behind.
That's how I ended up with my newly discovered 2,000 factory 10mil rounds... really bought it a few years back for the brass. How cheap was factory ammo when we were looking primarily for brass recovery of a factory round - and a little trigger time, to boot?...bought Federal for the brass instead of Blazer for the price.
No truer words. I know my preferred way of achieving results is often a lot different than some conventional wisdom. My way is best... of course. :dancing:If you ask the opinions of 3 reloaders on any given topic, you will get at least 4 different replies. This reloading thing isn't brain surgery, don't overthink it!