Though she usually leaves my range gear alone, she decided it was time to wash my pants. It was nice of her. While I am helping to get the laundry out of the machine, I was surprised to hear a few .45 ACP rounds bouncing around in the bottom of the dryer. Woops, I guess I didn't clean my own pockets out well. Never washed any ammo with a load of clothes before. How resilient should I expect these rounds to be? Should I pull 'em and reload them from scratch, or do we think they'll fire? I looked at them and the primers seem fine, the bullets seem to be unscathed, and to tell the truth the cartridges are very shiny! So the rounds look good (don't hear powder bounce in the case however). What would you do? Shoot 'em with a dowel handy, or what? Personally I am just glad there was no detonation in our nice dryer!