I just buy the cheap plastic food storage containers for storage of cases. I am not one to spend money on cosmetics, function is every thing to me and form is secondary. I just use masking tape for my labels and make sure all relevant data is recorded. It works for me, For my rifle cases I can tell you the number of times I have reloaded each case, and how many times it has been annealed. With range brass I assume it has been fired once. Once I have a developed load I do not vary it. As long as I record the caliber and the bullet weight I know exactly how many grains of of what type powder are in the case and what the approximate velocity will be.
When working up a load of I have a spreadsheet on my laptop which is hooked into my chrono so I have a good record for that powder/bullet
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