I purchased 1000 pieces of Remington brass in 260 Remington caliber. Did initial prep such as deburring the flash hole and neck. Sorted it initially in lots of 50 by weight. That Remington brass sure varies a lot more than Winchester brass. No wonder people stay away from it. Just from the initial cleanup and inspection I dumped over 200 pieces as being trash. The plan is to do a fireforming and then trim all the brass to the same length before reweighing and resorting. Because of the volume I don't really care to turn the necks. The reloading dies are the Redding competition bushing sizing dies and I intend to size them loosly to get a light neck tension. Are there any additional recommendations to get the brass sorted as consistently as possible?