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Old January 16, 2012, 01:04 PM   #25
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Then, I take a blue Sharpie pen and run it over all the backs of the helps me quickly determine which are mine at the range when I'm picking them up! The ink comes off when I polish them before reloading, but it's easy to do again.
I do the same thing when working up a load. I use a different color sharpie for each load and put a label on the box. That way if I drop them or they get mixed up some how I still know what they are.

For me, it's an easy decision. It's ONE round. WD-40 it, and discard.
I would save the WD-40, why waste it.
I don't ever remember being absent minded.

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