GUN Reloading crew, get your nut on

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  1. hsmith

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    Whoaaaa, that's pretty cool. Wonder how well it works on non-concrete surfaces? I do a lot of shooting in grass/hay/dirt, but that shit would be handy.
     
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    $45 is a bit steep IMO - if it were $20 i'd have no issue grabbing it even if it didn't work
     
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    Yeah, a lot of my brass ends up in gravel, it would probably pick up as much gravel as brass.

    We need to devise a way to magnetize brass.
     
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    THT The easy way is always mined

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    I heard that it doesn't work so well with pea-sized gravel and other debris.
     
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    I got one. It works pretty good. If your shooting in gravel it doesn't work as well. If it is dirt or really rutted ground again doesn't work that well.

    Not really any faster than picking it up by hand for most surfaces other than really hard flat flooring like concrete. It is a lot easier on your back and more fun to use the brass wizard.
     
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    Throw some Wolf cases down to really mess with 'em.
     
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    So make one and give it to the 10th guy. Then watch the newbie go nuts trying to pick brass up with the magnet. Better still, have the 10 guys pick up Wolf cases with it so it looks like it works.
     

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