Originally Posted by KeithW
AA owns their own dies, which JSB use to produce pellets for them. The design is different from JSB's
And just as an aside I have noticed that (in most of the batches I've used) JSB can have quite a bit of swarf and AA has none
Generally I have noticed that AA pellets tend to be cleaner in the tin than JSB. When I used to use Exacts I would have to wash and dry before lubing to get rid of the 'dust', AA pellets can just be lubed straight in the tin.
Maybe as an extra operation AA's pellets are washed before packing?