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    Marking number of Brass reloads?

    How do others mark their brass to keep track of the number of reloads?

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    All my brass is designated for specific rifles and kept separate. I keep info on load, resizes, trimmings, anealings, etc on paper with the brass.

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    On the box it is in with the reload data label .

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    I use an Avery 6570 label and stick it to the ammo box.



    On the label I put my own lot number; [Case - Ammo Box No. - Times Loaded - Qty]

    I re-label as needed and keep the cases with the box until it's time to pitch them.

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