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  1. I shoot 38 Special. Ophelia shoots 32 H & R in her pistols & 38 SP in her rifle. I looked into the receiver/carrier of a buddy's rifle & was surprised how clean it was after just finishing a match. All 3 of my rifles dirty up my brass pretty well, even though I run a pretty tight crimp. I did some research & identified a machine I'd buy if I decide to do it. Bench Source Gas Annealer for about $540 shipped. Question: Do you anneal the brass just once & then never again? Or, do you do it before each reload? Does it weaken the brass enough to be a problem in shortening the life of the case? Such as splitting? Can you feel the difference running thru the rifle? What are the pros & cons I don't know to ask about? Not sure if I want to add a step in reloading, as I'm probably reloading a LOT of bullets. But, if there are good reasons to do so, I will. Feedback appreciated.
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