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I put one of each on my bench primer side up and leave them there. I grab two or three at a time from the pile and hold them next to the examples. This makes it easy to tell them apart even as your eyes and brain get tired.
 

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What I tend to do is run them through my LNL ( using the case feeder) and priming only. If you hit a small primer pocket obviously it will not seat a primer. After my run I can easily go back and pull out the ones that don't prime and set them in another pile. This works pretty good with crimped pockets though sometimes the primer will try to seat.I have gotten into the habit of just priming everything first cause if I just miss one primer seat it makes so much mess. I spend far more time cleaning up powder than just running things in stages.
 

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By hand. I keep one of each on the desk for reference.
 

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Dump the tumbled cases in a large container and shake it a bit until most of the openings are oriented up. Grab a handfull and when you turn them over to look at the primer end the small primers are really obvious compared to the large primers. Re shake the container as needed.
 

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So far, looking has worked perfectly.
I sort, inspect, and deprime prior to cleaning and that little bitty hole isn't that hard to see.
I still damn the plant these things come out of...
 
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