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#41 ONLINE   Longhair

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Posted Jan. 14 2018 - 05:14 PM

I have a local TV channel that binges several shows, typically a different one each day, but often the same series on it's day every week. Anyway, today it's NCIS LA, and on one episode I noticed a few of these.

 

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I'm not surprised, because they have been around for a good 40+ years, but I am a little surprised that they haven't hit the Hollywood tacticool scrap pile in favor of something newer yet. I guess that they just work.




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#42 OFFLINE   p5200

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Posted Jan. 17 2018 - 06:27 PM

I've been thinking about a brass catcher my self, and something to catch my pistol brass.  :) 




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Posted Feb. 06 2018 - 05:37 AM

It might sound crazy but I use an old briefcase. Open it and place it next to you on you shooting table, it works wonderful and is a great conversation piece. I like to keep my rifle as light and handy as possible, and the briefcase makes that possible.

Now that is a great idea!!  Catch your brass and just close it up and head home!  Does the brass ever bounce back on you?




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Posted Feb. 06 2018 - 05:47 AM

Just strap it to your right side :segrin:

Ball cap mount? :laugh:




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Posted Feb. 06 2018 - 10:31 AM

Ball cap mount? :laugh:

There you go! :wink:


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Posted Feb. 06 2018 - 08:16 PM

Who makes a really good brass catcher for the AR15?


I have used the E&L and it is ok... Far and Away the best brass catcher I've ever used is made by tactical brass recovery. It's a little bit expensive but it eats everything without causing any malfunctions whatsoever. I have a buddy who has a full auto lower and even ate full auto. http://www.tacticalbrassrecovery.com Worth every penny you will not be disappointed.


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Posted Feb. 06 2018 - 08:22 PM

Thanks for the suggestion.  But in post #23 I said I'd received my new catcher.  Love it.  Does everything they advertised it would.  Couldn't be happier.............and it didn't cost $220!!!!!  hysterical3.gif


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Posted Feb. 08 2018 - 08:57 PM

Didn't see what you ended up getting? I know the Tactical brass recovery one is a bit expensive, and I did fret it for quite some time. But like I said, I've used (bought) the e&l manufacturing and i was not impressed. I've borrowed some other brass catchers and wasn't impressed. However, the Tactical brass recovery has left me with no regrets. sometimes, to get good kit you need to spend some money.just my 2¢. It seems like you're happy with whatever you got and that's all that matters.


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Posted Feb. 08 2018 - 09:06 PM

I bought the Caldwell Picatinny rail mounted brass catcher.




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Posted Feb. 09 2018 - 10:11 AM

This one works fine.

https://www.midwayus...ylon-mesh-black




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Posted Feb. 26 2018 - 01:11 PM

Nice!







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