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Gents,

For quite some time I've been marking my carry ammo, on the case head, for ID purposes, should I ever be in a shooting. I find that a black/green/red (your choice) indelible marker does a good job and is fairly wear resistant. This identifies your casings and helps confirm the number of rounds you fired.
Additionally, I never mix my my ammo types(candy cane) because I want to know that any bullets found are mine, if they can be tied back to the round I fired (ie, sivertip, hydra-shock, ranger LE, etc.).
Just something to help you should a shooting occur and there are questions from the law enforcement and/or the legal beagles.
Would like to know your take on this...again, just my humble opinion.

Wes
 

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Well, I'm joking, but you don't want your enemies learning your little trick. They'll mark some ammo and kill their own dog, to frame you.
 
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No need to mark your ammo.........after its fired, its marked.

As the case head will have an imprint of the breech face on it.
 
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