I have just started to become serious in my rifle shooting after mainly being a pistol shooter for years and have posted several questions on this forum in which there have been some excellent ideas/suggestions.
My question now is how to sort brass - all my 222 Remington rifle brass is of the same head stamp. I am wondering how best to sort the brass. I have seen by weight, by volume, and by diameter of case. I would assume this also is done after case preparation i.e., sizing, etc.
Secondly, what sort of variation is used? Example, if using weight do you use +/- 1 grain, 0.1 grain, etc. I use to weigh all my cast pistol bullets and used +/- 0.5 grain as my culling point.
Lastly, if volume is the best way, how does one use a liquid like water - would using a coarse sand that is bigger than the primer hole be useful.