As I get older it seems I start to pay attention more closely. I have been noticing a pattern lately with groups that have one stray flier. This bullet almost always comes from a case that shows a lesser/different degree of primer flattening. Of course, sorting cases will prevent this but I still thought it was interesting. Next, instead of weighing, I thought I might try filling cases to 98% capacity with 7 1/2 lead shot and transfer the shot from case to case and cull the brass that varies too much in its capacity. Seens a lot easier than using water. Has anybody tried this and had luck with it? Thanks.