I am just wondering, if any besides myself, cleans out the primer pockets prior to reloading. My Dillon Square D does not have a port to clean the primer wells, it just resizes and deprimes. As for myself, and since I have a single stage reloader, after resizing, I clean ALL my primers wells. I have seen a lot of rounds with "soot" built up inside the primer wells and some of them are not reloads. I guess it depends on which powder the manufacturer is using to determine on whether to clean or not. Do any of you have reservations about using shells without cleaning them first or have you thought about it. I am just curious as it takes me quite a while to load up 100 rounds of .45 cal. Would love to hear some responses and what kind of reloaders you have.