How's that junking up my rifle? That brass catcher saves this old back a lot of bending over. Especially when 2-3 of us go to the range with our pistols/rifles. By the time we're done, we've capped 300-400 rnds. All falls into the can.I use a lasso if I get that pesky brass cornered. Otherwise a live trap works pretty good if you use the right bait.
Seriously why would you want to junk up your rifle with some more stuff. jmo
Because good brass is like 20 cents a shot, and in 3-gun matches or the like it's all over creation and you never get it back.Seriously why would you want to junk up your rifle with some more stuff. jmo
Sorry copterdoc, when you mentioned a brasscatcher, I pictured one of those clamp on items on the rifle. Lots of good ideas on this post to make something on the cheap. I like that little laundry bag idea from Wal mart. As I'm into load testing from the bench, it could be set up right on the bench. dozierI'm not looking for something that attaches to my rifle, "junking it up", and causing imbalance.
Picking the brass up off the ground is not an option with 2 feet of snow on the ground, and all the other brass that has been left from the other idiots that use the (free use) range that is close to my house.
The net over the ammo can seems like the best idea. How many different styles and manufacturers are there?
Has anybody done a DIY, that works better than the commercial ones?