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#3283143 - 10/07/21 10:14 PM Re: Considering a brass catcher? [Re: Kino M]
brshooter Offline
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Registered: 12/15/17
Posts: 97
Loc: ID
Here is a link for the ones from Reb8600

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#3283313 - 10/11/21 08:37 AM Re: Considering a brass catcher? [Re: Kino M]
FairChase93 Offline
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Registered: 01/07/14
Posts: 1304
Loc: Western South Dakota
I have the one Reb makes as well. For hunting its the ticket. Small lightweight not cumbersome at all. If it doesnt catch it it still falls right next to you.
"If his brains were black powder he couldn't blow his own nose"
-From Stephen King's The Shining

#3284964 - 11/07/21 10:42 AM Re: Considering a brass catcher? [Re: Kino M]
Sgt_Mike Offline
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Registered: 06/05/21
Posts: 96
Loc: Arkansas
used the one from caldwel the velco handguard attachment type that several have stated for a Gopher/PD hunt this past may/june. It did ok

#3285070 - 11/08/21 06:42 PM Re: Considering a brass catcher? [Re: Kino M]
Willy Brotz Offline
Seasoned Member

Registered: 12/20/16
Posts: 123
Loc: USA
brassgoat by magwell products looks like a nice setup. If you only want to catch 4-5 cases though I think the type reb8600 sells is less intrusive during a hunt, and looks far quieter. The brassgoat is for dumping 30 round standard capacity magazines, while having fun it seems. I have what seems to be an earlier version of the goat. It’s a range item only in my few uses.

#3286642 - 11/30/21 12:30 PM Re: Considering a brass catcher? [Re: Kino M]
dennyd Offline
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Registered: 12/13/08
Posts: 589
Loc: mn
I got the one that mounts on the rail, made by Cadwell it is much better than the Velcro unit IMO.
A small mount sits on the rail and the catcher slips on to it. Tighten up the set screw. Slides on & off easy 'just pull' to get at bolt or take it off.

#3286800 - 12/02/21 05:56 PM Re: Considering a brass catcher? [Re: Kino M]
Flyin6 Offline
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Registered: 01/21/19
Posts: 2
I have a couple of TacStars, and they are good to go.

#3286816 - 12/02/21 08:47 PM Re: Considering a brass catcher? [Re: Kino M]
crapshoot Offline
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Registered: 03/22/02
Posts: 23108
Loc: Henderson,Nevada,USA
What about something like this.

I carry a gun because a cop is to heavy.

Average response time for a 911 call is 10 min.
Average response time for a .45acp is 900FPS.

Remember, if you're not pissing off a liberal......You are one!
Ted Nugent

#3286873 - 12/03/21 08:51 PM Re: Considering a brass catcher? [Re: Kino M]
flowj Offline
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Registered: 12/16/09
Posts: 202
Loc: Ky.
I use the Goat also unless I'm shooting from a tripod. It sometimes gets in the way of the legs. I use a Caldwell for tripod. I shoot a wildcat so the hunting gods can't have any of my brass!

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