I've heard of manufacturers bidding on this stuff to make re-manufactured ammo, but I'd be curious how this would work out for an individual to buy, and how one would process it. A few years back, I looked into something like this with a friend when we were talking about getting into reloading as a business. The problem was that it was all range brass, so you might wind up with a lot of really beat up brass and odd stuff in the mix, like the occassional 20 year old weathered case, steel or aluminum cases, etc... Probably not an issue for a guy just reloading for himself. This brass looks a lot cleaner and better than what we were looking at. Nice, clean brass like that would be running about $2 a pound just scrap prices, so even if, for some crazy reason it was unusable or impractical for reloading, you could probably recoup your costs if you paid less than that for it.