I'm Dave from Littleton, Colorado. I was an avid reloader and varmint hunter during the 1960s but school and work phased me out of shooting. Two days ago I unpacked all my reloading equipment from our mountain shack, cleaned all the mouse/rat you-know-what off the equipment (with a respirator and clorox - Hantavirus precautions) and all the memories and adrenaline surging through by aging body. This is going to be exciting! Question? All my brass and bullets is 1960s vintage. I've tossed all my primers and powders but what is the shelf-life on the brass? My dies are 1960s RCBS. What kind of problems should I look out for with 50 year old brass and dies? I know I need to update but prices have increased (no kidding, Dave) since those days. Thanks.