Decided to finally sort my bags and boxes of brass into caliber. Took me about 1.5-2 hours or so.. not sure when exactly because alcohol was present and that may have altered my perception of time. End result: The box of 9mm is ~22lbs. The box of .40S&W is ~23lbs. The Target bag is .45ACP and is ~5lbs. I don't shoot anything in .45ACP right now so that's only what I pick up from other people or dumping the bucket in my bag (which I don't do all that often). The WWB box is .38 Special and is ~5lbs. The USPS box is .40S&W that was already sorted and that box weighs ~26lbs. Lots of brass... A small percent of the brass has some oxidation problems. Some only have spots but some are covered like the one on the right below: No good? Can they be cleaned up a bit and still be usable? I've been holding off on getting reloading equipment because I move around fairly often and don't want to deal with moving delicate equipment. Pretty soon I should be settled down to one location so I should be able to get some reloading equipment.... if I still want to.