I mix mine with my bad brass and sell em to the scrap yard, but you can't mix em with other brass cuz of the fact that they won't take em. Somethin bout them bein hazardous or they ship somewhere else. Has somethin to do with the chemicals in em. At least that's what I was told.
Scrap yards here will take them but will not give ya full price as if it was clean brass. and now they are getting funny about the primers left in the case as well. Them little things will add up in weight.
I just save them in a bucket...like I save all steel/brass w/berdan...we have probably 1 full and 1 half full 55gal drum....may be useful at some point..does'nt take up much room in the barn compared to all my wife's crap
My scrap yard gives me brass price fer em but they have to buy em separately. That isn't a big deal as I have a coffee can that my berden 8mm and .22 shells go into. I just dump my primer tube into that coffee can. They say even bad decapped shells must be bought and kept separate.
so far I got a can of primers,a nd a box of scrapbrass.. guess it all gets kept.
lately I've even been picking up the damaged scrap brass at the range, just for recycle.. same with the steel NR stuff.
went to the rang ethe other day and saw maybee 200pcs of 223 and 308 and 3006 brass all over the range concrete floor.. had lots of 9mm mixed in. it was all walked on and scratched up i did get maybee 20 pcs off the table of 9mm though that was good.
I think someone went in there with some auto guns and sprayed and left.. it was everywhere.. you couldn't walk without tripping on it.