A reader emailed us about a clever brass catcher he developed for the Oakdale Gun Club. Club members have encouraged him to commercialize the idea.
A couple of years ago I started designing brass catchers for our range (Oakdale Gun Club). The members liked them so much they told me I should sell them. Well I started making them and have everything set up but need to see if there is a group to sell to out there. Do you have an area where one could see if there is any interrest in a brass catcher like mine? I have tried it with my AR15, M1A, Glock 30, Glock21, Glock 22, Glock 35, SW 4506, SW 4006, 1911′s and several other simi autos. The shooter has to make some adjustments as to where he stands but once situated it catches 90 to 98% of the brass ejected. Nothing will catch brass ejected over your head or straight out to the front. This catcher can be positioned left or right side. The fabric I use to make them is designed to last 10 years in the desert sun as a sunscreen and is quite expensive. I plan to sell the units for $79.95 each plus shipping.