When do you stop using your handgun brass? Do you keep firing the handgun brass until you see a crack or damage on the brass during your inspection? Or do you experienced reloaders as a general rule, just stop using brass after 8 or 10 or some subjective number of times you've fired the brass? I'm asking so that I also know how closely to keep track of my brass. Once I fire my reloaded rounds, I am collecting the brass into an "twice fired" or "fired three times" labeled containers. Is this unnecessary? Thanks in advance for all your answers. You guys have been lifesavers for a beginner like me. And sorry, I'm missing the word "know" in the title. This website won't let me edit the title and so I apologize for the grammar sin. Thanks again to everyone.