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Unread 03-25-2012, 07:39 AM
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brass catcher

Anyone using a brass catcher , Hate chasing brass all over the place
what type you using and are you happy with it?
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    Unread 03-25-2012, 08:55 AM
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    Re: brass catcher

    I use this one, and it does what it's supposed to.

    Deluxe Brass Catcher AR-15 Nylon Mesh Black
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    Unread 03-25-2012, 11:37 AM
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    Re: brass catcher

    For shooting from a fixed location (bench or firing line) I lay out a sheet of cloth where the brass lands. An old bed sheet works. Put a nail in each corner if it's windy.
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    Re: brass catcher

    Its just a hunting/ bench shooting rifle correct?
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    Re: brass catcher

    I have used this one for a long time and works great for me... Universal Brass Catcher
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    Unread 03-25-2012, 03:07 PM
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    Re: brass catcher

    It really does not exist yet I have been considering buying one for awhile
    Now the wife want to get me one for our 25yr Aniv. But im not sure I would shoot it
    Im a bolt guy. Chasing brass really does not apeal to me and spending 1k or so on something I may not shoot Im not sure
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    Re: brass catcher

    The only AR-15 I know of which has a built in brass catcher is an AR-15 lower with an AR-57 upper in 5.7x28 FN. With this setup the modified 30 round magazine in the AR-15 lower serves as the brass catcher and will hold all 50 shots of the FN brass. The brass catcher releases like a normal mag and dumps easily. The mod is easy, just remove the spring and follower and cut the magazine off flush with the top of the lower receiver, a single straight cut. The 5.7x28 isn't an especially "long range" cartridge but it's good for varmints to 200+ yards. This isn't mine but I have a pistol version which works the same way. Without the modified mag in the lower it just drops the brass on the ground.


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