I've been keeping my cases sorted in groups by number of times reloaded - twice used in one row, thrice fired in another etc, etc.
However, my big dopey oaf of a lurcher, in a rather enthusiastic 'good morning', managed to wipe the tray off the bench (Damn GSD crosses, never had this bother with the whippet x bitch!)
The result is, that all the brass is now mixed up - some of it has been loaded probably 6 times, others twice.
If the brass is all OK, will it matter in terms of accuracy - am I likely to get neck tension issues or owt due to different hardness?
Is there anything I can do to normalise them all?
Cases in question are winchester hornet and I neck size only if that makes a difference.