If you are shoting at Red's, you will want to collect your brass before they claim it. I have a cheap UTG brass catcher that works with a variety of self loaders. The brass does not weigh enough to upset the balance. Just empty it every mag and you will be fine.
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Thanks for the opinions so far. I don't live in Austin but when I visit my dad, we go to Red's. They are startlingly efficient at "cleaning" casings. I tend to shoot freehand rather than from a bench so a "strap on" is more in line with my needs. Somehow I think I'll regret that last sentence.....
i like the utg catcher as robocop says it works on a large variety including my ruger 44 carbine and scar17. i wouldnt use a catcher on anything but a range where stoppages arent critical
i do find it occasionally causes stove pipes due to the catcher getting in the way on occasion.
i used to shoot at reds in the 80's and 90's. i liked it as it was the only indoor i could use my winchester 70 classic in 458 winmag in a controlled wind free setting for sight ins.
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