It changes every time I get a new lot of brass, and on a per-cartridge basis. But, in general, I would rank them about like so for rifle cartridges:
(Preferred, to 'meh'.)
Win (older production -- newer production is down with FC and PMC in the "complete trash" category.)
And, if you can afford a couple extra nickels or dimes per case:
But, with rifle cases, you can bring just about anything up to Lapua/Norma/Nosler quality levels if you're willing to do a little sorting, trimming, and deburring. It's just a matter of time and patience.
(And not starting with trash like PMC or FC.)
Revolver (jacketed or standard lead bullets):
W-W (old production)
CBC (thick case walls don't work as well as other brands)
Starline (thick case walls don't work as well as other brands)
FC (drawn cases)
Various surplus cases
Blazer/CCI/Federal/"FC dot"/"dot FC dot"/Speer (extruded cases)
Speer nickel (cannelured)
I could go on for a bit, with this one. I have more than 60 different head stamps for 9mm, alone.
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