Got what is probably a stupid rookie problem. Back story is that I started reloading to save some money, but somewhere along the line, it became more true handloading, trying to make the best loads I can. This has caused me a problem. I started out using Hornady brass that I had saved, and I like the performance I am getting. I have about 3 loads through the brass, and only have about 80 pieces. Combine that with having loosening primer pockets on some because of some overloads caused by inexperience, and I'll run out after not really all that long.
Here's my problem, I have several hundred other brass, just 100 each from Nosler and SSA, and a mixed bag of over 100 Remington, Magtech, and some Argentinian stuff.
Part of me wants to gut it out and use what I have, but a growing part of me is saying to stick with the brass I know and get rid of the other stuff, admitting that really, the consistency is more important than the cost savings
I'm trying to decide, do I sell off the other brass and start buying up new Hornady brass? Or do i risk switching brass as I run out, and have to redo things? leaning toward finding a good way to get rid of the other brass and start buying the Hornady, but looking for others' input.