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Brass Picker

Thanks to Dave Hardy for pointing to this very useful product:

I know a guy who could probably really use this, especially if it’ll pick up .22 brass. That’s only worth scrap value, but you’d be surprised how quick that adds up.

6 Responses to “Brass Picker”

  1. Kevin Baker says:

    Several people use them at matches I attend. Unless they have a very small version, I’d say .22 rimfire brass is below the level of case that they’d pick up reliably. 9mm/.380 is about the lower limit.

    But they work GOOD at that.

  2. Cool. Until someone invents a brass magnet this looks like a winner.

  3. B Woodman says:

    Ok. You’ve teased us with the toy.
    Now, what’s it called, where do I find one, & how much is it?

  4. Sebastian says:

    Follow the link provided on the post, not the one to Dave Hardy, but the one after it.

  5. kirk says:

    We have one at our IDPA club. Works well on the 9s .40s and .45s but I thing the .22 is going to be to small based upon the size of the spaces between the basket wires.

  6. Mikee says:

    A 22LR version could be designed and built, but it would likely only pick up 22LR and similar small items, like cigarette butts.

    The device is a pecan picker-upper. It is used in pecan groves to gather pecans off the ground during harvest, before the squirrels get them.

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