I have a couple questions for the experienced guys. I have been cleaning and sorting 223 brass for a week. Because I am inexperienced and erring on the side of caution, I have rejected quite a few once fired 223 brass due to a small, circular pit on the shoulder of the case. The pit is remarkably uniform from case to case, but the location varies from the bottom of the case shoulder to the top of the shoulder. Do you agree the case above should not be reloaded? Are cases with small scratches or gouge marks safe to reload? As I sort brass, I remind myself there is 55,000 psi inside the case and the pressure will find any weakness. Thank you for guiding this rookie.