Solving Sight Picture Problems in an AR Shell Catcher

Solving Sight Picture Problems in an AR Shell Catcher

For too long, owners of sporting rifles have had to settle for less than the best that the shooting industry could have provided in AR shell catchers. While the same industry has poured countless resources and tons of money every year into researching and developing better optics, lights, lasers, reflex sights, folding stocks, bipods, handguard rail systems, and more, brass catchers have fallen by the wayside.

No longer will shooters have to settle for a flimsy mesh bag that loosely covers their ejection port and nearly insults the best-in-class optics and other accessories mounted around it....

How We Built a Better AR Brass Catcher

How We Built a Better AR Brass Catcher

AR brass catchers may not be the most exciting attachments and accessories for sporting rifles. Optics, sights, lasers, lights, saddles, bipods, and even slings are better at holding the attention. After all, the functionality of a new optic is an exciting thing, and a brass catcher is simply necessary.

Perhaps that’s a part of the reason that for so long the industry standard in brass catchers was something that might be called sub-standard. Many brass catchers work, categorically, but they leave a lot to be desired in terms of ergonomics, functionality,...