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Since I started reloading in 1971 I have never had this happen. Has anyone else? No big deal just a hiccup in the reloading. Since it’s a range pickup I’ll scrap it.
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Yup agree with everyone else. I live off of range brass. If it is yellow it’s mine brown stays on the ground.
 
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This one was brown. What’s in the grass/soil to make them turn brown? Brass corrosion is usually green.
 

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Probably the type of alloy blended with the brass.
 
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