From my Colt AR
Ladies and gentlemen, take my advice - pull down your pants and slide on the ice.
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Not until its clean, lubed, full length sized & deprimed, trimmed/chamfered, re-primed, powered and seat a projectile.
Short answer - absolutely.
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When I was competing and reloading mass quantities of .45acp, all my brass looked like that, despite a lowered ejection port.
Never lost a case due to that dent.
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Yep, it's worth saving. Another reason for case lube with rifle or bottleneck cartridges.
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Completely normal. I've reloaded brass where the neck is almost closed and you have to use a dowel or something to open the neck enough for the expander ball to enter.
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I think all AR brass looks like that with maybe a dent in the side of the case sometimes.
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