The NUT WIZARD. Tired of picking up brass!

The NUT WIZARD. Tired of picking up brass!

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    The NUT WIZARD. Tired of picking up brass!

    The Nut Wizard Pick Up Nuts and Sweet Gumballs, Harvesting Pecans, Walnuts, Acorns

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    I just got one of these things for picking up brass. This thing really works great. I have only tried it on a hard surface so I'll give you an after action report when I try it on grass.
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    Used one at a demo. Very unimpressed. Leaves more behind than it picks up. I'll stick to using children as brass slaves.
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    I'll stick to using children as brass slaves.
    I feel better to know that I am not alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubby45 View Post
    Used one at a demo. Very unimpressed. Leaves more behind than it picks up. I'll stick to using children as brass slaves.
    It must be nice. The only brass MY kids would pick up was what came out of THEIR guns!
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    My son is a bit too young to go to the range with me, so I have no issues with using other people's children. :)
    07/02 FFL/SOT since 2006

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    We have a couple of these at our outdoor IDPA club. Short of terribly muddy conditions, one person with the right sized roller can clean a bay in about the same time it takes four people playing brass monkey to do it by hand. They leave some behind, sure, but it saves a lot of wear-and-tear on the back!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubby45 View Post
    I'll stick to using children as brass slaves.

    BAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAH..... Yep..... Works great.. :-)

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    We use the Brass Buggy and it works great.
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    Picking up brass is rather fun. Our club range is made of brass eating grass and I don't think anything would help short of burning it.

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    What are you guys talking about. Don't you have a brass magnet like everyone else. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by semperfi.45 View Post
    We use the Brass Buggy and it works great.
    That will be (hopefully) our club's next acquisition. I used it on other ranges and it is the dream of any reloader.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Majorlk View Post
    It must be nice. The only brass MY kids would pick up was what came out of THEIR guns!
    I have 2 girls with me at the range and we make it a competition to see who can get the most brass after our plinking session. To the winner is a new crisp 10 dollar bill.
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    children as brass slaves

    When I was a child at the range picking up brass was great fun. I need to instill the same fun loving attitude in mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp2022 View Post
    What are you guys talking about. Don't you have a brass magnet like everyone else. LOL
    Picked mine up at Home Depot next to the Cordless Exention Cords and the left handed monkey wrenches.

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    A revolver makes picking up brass a breeze

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