I have been wet tumbling for several years now for a lot of rifle and pistol calibers that I reload. I don't shoot 223 often, but since I am a reloading junky I just got around to getting the dies to load some brass that was sitting in the cabinet waiting for me to run out of other calibers to reload. When I wet tumbled the brass, I discovered that the pins packed themselves inside some of the cases so tightly that I had to tap each one multiple times to get them out. Never had that issue with larger bottle necked brass nor, obviously, with straight mouthed cartridges. The pins are .046 in diameter and 1/4 inch long. I tumble the brass in a Lortone tumbler with Lemi Shine and Armoral wash & wax. I tried searching the threads for this issue, but only found questions about pins stuck in flash holes, which didn't happen to me. Does anyone else have this problem? I'm thinking about getting a rotary separator, but I'm not sure if it will solve this problem.