Aberdeen, SD, June 24, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- A new invention for gun enthusiasts was on hand at the 52nd Inventors Congress on June 12th and 13th in Redwood Minnesota. Invented by Anthony Hanson of Aberdeen, South Dakota, this new invention is called the “Brass Grabber”. The “Brass Grabber” is a newly patented device, which can be used by shooting enthusiasts to capture the spent bullet casing ejected from a full or semi-automatic handgun before the casing hits the ground.
The inventor states there are other brass catchers on the market but what’s unique with this invention is that shooting enthusiasts wears the “Brass Grabber” like a glove, thereby, eliminating the need to attach a device to a gun or place a self standing device on the ground forcing the shooter to stay in one place for that device to work.
Unlike other brass casing catchers that are on the market, the inventor demonstrated how the “Brass Grabber” is attached to a shooting glove allowing the user to switch from gun to gun without the trouble of taking time to attach, unattached and reattach a catching device to a different gun. Being attached to a glove, the “Brass Grabber” also allows the shooter to freely move about as he shoots. The inventor had also demonstrated how the “Brass Grabber” can be used with most types of full and semi-automatic handguns and rifles including the “AR15” and the “Mac 10” to name a few.
For a customer wanting to purchase a “Brass Grabber” will be surprised at a low cost of around $30.00 compared to other devices that sell for up to $80.00.