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Old 07-07-2020, 08:30 PM
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Are animals known to take brass cases if left out in the open? Are animals known to take brass cases if left out in the open? Are animals known to take brass cases if left out in the open? Are animals known to take brass cases if left out in the open? Are animals known to take brass cases if left out in the open?  
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I used to shoot on the range on Vandenberg AFB. I don't think anybody had picked up their brass for years. The ground was solid with it. Lots of 9mm and 22LR.
My problem was I was shooting a Pardini in 32 Long wad cutter. At that time 32 S&W Long brass was almost unobtanium. I don't know how much time I spent trying to find my errant brass amongst the fields of other stuff. I could count on losing at least two or three out of ten until I finally got smart and made a brass catcher that hung on the side of the pistol....
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