So I am done deer hunting for the year and am starting to do some brass prep. I just got to some .308 win brass my wife found at a garage sale. "fired once" on the label it says. 20 pieces of brass for a $1. Not too bad of a deal until you look closely at them. They all have that tell tale ring near the bottom of the catridge and none of them would fit in the shell holder when I tried to full length size them. Pitched them all. I really really doubt that they were "fired once". It is only a buck but come on. When the brass needs to be retired- throw it out. These look they are close to case separation and handing them off to someone else via a garage sale is bush league. Plus someone might actually manage to reload them and end up with a damaged gun or worse.