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I got to try my brass retriever out today. The one gun club i belong to. They were having a self defence class. So i couldn't use the range. They said come back after 3pm. When i came back there was 9mm brass all over. I filled a gallon bucket almost using the retriever. Saves on the back. It took a little practice to get used to it. Then this eve i went to one of the bush spots and got a 1/2 bucket of 223 and 40sw and 9mm. One trick is not press to hard. Or the brass you collected will come out. It paid for it's self already.
 

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I have a nut picker upper I use at my indoor ranges and yes it does work great. If you want to save money don't buy a brass catcher get a nut catcher. Just like if you want to buy cheaper crushed walnut shells don't buy tumbling media get reptile bedding.
 
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Looks similar to the devices used for golf balls and pecans..........Of course, if you shot revolvers, you wouldn't need that thing........(y):p:love:
 
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