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Old 05-18-2012, 06:32 PM   #1
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Default Report on "Brass Wizzard" brass picker-upper"

This thing is fantastic !!! Took about 10 sec to pick up this brass. It works on sand, concrete and even in short grass.
You also get the wire thing that's on the box that empties the Wizzard into a box or 5 gal bucket. You never have to bend over.
You can get this at lawn-gardening-tools.com $49.95 to your door.
I have nothing to do with this product or the company selling it.


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Old 05-18-2012, 06:46 PM   #2
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Used one in Florida at a gun club... Greatest invention ever!

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Old 05-24-2012, 11:06 AM   #3
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That is amazing. Wish every range would outfit with them. Wonder if it makes sense to get one.

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Reminds me of the good ole "Pecan Picker Upper" we used on our farm.

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How well do you think it would work in grass.

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Old 05-24-2012, 12:36 PM   #6
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How well do you think it would work in grass.
Looks like holes are to wide to pick up grass,HAHAHA
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I saw one of those being used this past weekend while I was at a IDPA match( checking out to see if IDPA is something I want to do), and it looked ubber easy even in the fine gravel that was on the course. As much brass as I go through I could see this being very useful.

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Looks like holes are to wide to pick up grass,HAHAHA
Your funny Dutchs, hahaha
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Your funny Dutchs, hahaha
Sorry, weird sense of humor
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Same company makes "The Shell Sorter" which makes sorting brass a breeze. I was going to also get The Brass Wizard but started with the Shell Sorter. Good to know the Brass Wizard is as good.

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