+1 to that. same with ranges that ban steel cased ammo, they usually run some bs excuse like it's more likely to kb and liability etc... when they sell reloads for $20/50. basically more work for them to sort it out.A lot of ranges claim the brass once it hits the floor. They in turn sell it back to reloaders and what not. The aluminum cases are not reloadable. They would have to have someone seperate the aluminum from brass thus, decreasing their profit. It's not like the aluminum is bad or anything, it just cuts into their profits.