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Indoor range question

Discussion in 'Shooting Ranges' started by bluetick1955, May 21, 2012.

  1. bluetick1955

    bluetick1955 Registered Member

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    I have recently purchased a couple of auto pistols and have never used an indoor range. What do you do about recovering your brass? I want my brass to reload in future

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  2. NicerInPerson

    NicerInPerson Zombie Task Force Lifetime Member

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    Basically you will need to move far enough back into the lane so your ejected brass falls into the lane instead of in front of the firing line. Then simply pick it up after shooting. Keep in mind whatever goes in front of the firing line is gone forever.
     
  3. Catfish

    Catfish 'Murica! eh? Club Subscribed

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    Unless you are the only person shooting you can count on losing half of it at least and picking up some that's not yours.
     
  4. Bigge_al

    Bigge_al Registered Member

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    Calibers allows brass as long as it is on the carpet and the targets have to be purchased from them.
     
  5. bluetick1955

    bluetick1955 Registered Member

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    Will find outdoors. Have room at home but brass get lost in grass. May need to reload one day if things don't change
     
  6. NC Bullseye

    NC Bullseye New Member

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    Buy a brass magnet.
     

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