Re: segregating bullets and cases???
I have a nice method of segregating bullets that you might consider. I use a small plastic tackle box, the kind that you can arrange several compartments in separate rows. You can get these in fishing tackle shops, they have a lid that snaps shut, are transparent plastic, cost 5 bucks.
The one that I have has three lengthwise rows. Each row can be divided into six smaller compartments. I use the outer two rows for compartments, throw culls and 0.0's into the center which only has two compartments.
I just made some labels +0.1 to +0.6 and -0.1 to -0.6 for each row of compartments. Have separate compartments for 0.0 and CULLS. Use an electronic scale and weigh several bullets to see what the average weight is. Let's say most bullets are weighing 165.2. I call that the 0.0 and separate in tenths each way from that average.
Some match bullets don't require this but I find this particularly worth doing for many makes of hunting bullets.