A “Broom” For Brass

The first time I saw a device like the Ammo Up was at Gunsite Academy, but instead of being configured like a broom, it was more like a roller. The rubber fingers deftly picked up the brass from the desert as neatly as if the range had been vacuumed. I was told the roller was originally developed for the nut industry that used them to pick up almonds from the ground beneath the nut trees. Pretty cool, but very industrial. Now it looks like the technology has been adapted to individual use with the Ammo-Up COMPACT.

It’s affordable, transportable, and effective. It is engineered to pick up and eject spent cases without bending over while minimizing contact with lead dust. The Ammo-Up COMPACT will pick up .380, 9mm, 10mm, .40, .45 Auto, .38 special, .308 (7.62mm), .223 (5.56mm) and much more. There is also an Ammo-Up COMPACT Shotgun to pick up shotgun shells and wads.

 

Scott Mayer

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