How many times do you reload papers?
And if the hulls hit the ground they are not usable anymore?I load a F209A, 18.5 grains of Green Dot, 12S3 wad and 1 1/8 of 7 1/2's for 1100 fps. I get 3-4 reloads. I look at the crimp and the merger of the tube and brass. I am OK with one small pin hole. My hulls never hit the ground.
Not letting a hull hit the ground means to me that you shoot only your own hulls, not pick-ups of other shooters. Paper hulls pick up moisture if they lay on the ground overnight or for a longer period of time.
I reload .223, .308, 30-06 and others. when I reload metallic I resize the brass after every shot, measure and trim to a desired length plus several other operations. For shot shell, I inspect the hull for pin hole burn throughs, strong case mouth and overall condition. I can do this in about 10 seconds. I usually check about a target box of hulls, about 350 or so, and then load them. I check each reload for overall appearance, i.e., good crimp, no bulges, primer properly seated and so on. Again, about 10 seconds per shell. I don't hurry as I enjoy creating a proper shell.