Re: Does new primed brass need to be resized?
that's right, I forgot about the glitch; somehow primers are super safe when they're in a piece of brass or hull and don't get dinged with the hazmat fee. But then ya only get one firing and will need to buy primers anyway. But done in the right quantity, you can surely save some $$ at least the first time.
I spot check weight on rifle bullets, rifle brass and usually will weight every single powder charge. For hunting loads, I weight and sort every single component (OK, not the primer) But shotgun or pistol and it gets slammed thru the progressive and goes from the box thru my barrel without a second glance. I've found 9mm bullets in boxes of .40 and FMJ's in boxes of JHP bullets, etc but the size is always consistent enough to be safe at least.
"Loud noises don't end gunfights.... well placed shots do."