I went to the outdoor range for the first time yesterday. I saw lots of handgun cartridges lying around on the ground. I’m thinking that most of it was left there last fall and is just now being revealed by the melt. There was an awful lot of .22 lying around as well as the other calibers. I wouldn’t think any of it was suitable for reloading, There’s got to be a lot of brass that could be scrapped & melted down seasonally. I know a magnetic sweeper will pick up the steel easily enough. So, what are the procedures or mechanisms for cleaning up the brass on an outdoor range? Is there a mechanical way to pick it all up? Would a lawn vacuum that’s run over the range before the grass is cut pick it up? Then you’ve got to sort it from the shells and other debris somehow. Any suggestions? Or is all back breaking time consuming pick it up by hand work?