I'm helping a friend get his 375 Ruger ready for hunting season. In the mail today he received hornady dies and a box of 50 - 375 Ruger Basic - brass (also hornady). This brass has no headstamp and is totally straight walled (no shoulder or neck). I'm assuming we can use the regular sizing die procedure to shape this brass. We will check dimensions of shaped brass with the micrometer and try in rifle chamber before loading. Is this a reasonable approach? Any other considerations for making 375 Ruger brass out of this "basic" stock (more or less lube, size in a couple stages, trim after sizing, etc.)? Thanks in advance.