Ok, I'm a little frustrated at prepping cases, as I think it takes way too much time. Here's my standard for bottleneck cases (once fired- not by me)
1. Clean cases in vib. cleaner
3. Resize/ Decap
4. Anneal (if not already done)
5. Uniform primer pocket (biggest pain)
6. Uniform flash hole
9. Brush inside necks
10. Resize neck (to compensate for trim pilot deformation)
Am I overdoing it? Not enough prep? I'm just frustrated when I devote an hour per night to reloading, that I only get about 10-15 cases ready to reload.
I guess I'm not really asking any real technical questions here, just venting a bit... I'm just kind of frustrated over the compromise between absolute perfection, and a feeling of accomplishment by filling a box of ammo in less than a week.
Any others feel this way, or am I just being a whiner?