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Rigid Brass Catchers

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Havok7416, Mar 29, 2013.

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  1. Havok7416
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    I got my brass catcher a few days ago and forgot to get some pictures of it. I thought it would bolt on but it just uses tension from the plastic to hold it on, which is much easier I think. (Bear with the crappy photos!) They also make one for the M1 Garand which I am strongly considering.

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    Well, the rigid brass catcher I bought SUCKS! I fired once and the whole thing dislodged from the rifle. So I figured I had it attached wrong, but NO! Several shots later (and much adjusting) the whole thing flew off.:cuss: I guess I'll just have to live with remnants of my brass.:banghead:
     
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