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BC-FTR Picatinny Brass Catcher
Our Brass Catcher & Bag will also adapt to the Picatinny Flat Top Receiver with Removable Carry Handle and the Viet Nam era Receiver with Built in Handle (see images below) by replacing the spring clips with the proper clips for the intended upper receiver.
The BC-FTR BRASS CATCHER is designed to work on Picatinny flat top receivers. With our new movable spring clips, connecting around scope mounts and rail mounted rear sights should not be an issue!
Your brass catcher comes with 3-rubberized spring steel clips which snap into the T-mark grooves of your Flat Top Receiver. The clips hold the resin chute along with the quick connect bag.
Emptying the bag can be accomplished in 2 ways. Either remove the entire unit or detach the bag from the casting. To remove the bag, simply compress the release toggle and slide it along the cord; increasing the bag opening.
The custom hand sewn bag attaches securely to the lower flared edges of the semi flexible/abrasive resistant chute using friction from the sewn in para-cord and cord lock. There are no zippers to fuss with or break.
The generous size bag is capable of holding well over 100 spent 300 Blackout rounds (1 lb. 3oz.+) but we don't suggest pushing it to that point. In the event an overloaded bag does slip off, most of the brass will be contained or found in close proximity not somewhere on the ground 15 feet away. Even with the ability to securely hold over 1 pound of spent casings, the entire unit weighs in at just over 2-1/2 ounces.
The heavy canvas weight bag has an opening size of 2-1/2" x 4-1/2" and hangs to a 4-1/2" wide rounded point 5" down from the lower edge of the casting. With the BC-FTR installed, interference with the trigger finger placement is not a problem. Although part of the magazine release button is just under the lower rear edge of the casting and the rest is obscured by the bag, finding and depressing the button with the trigger finger is not an issue. The ejection port cover opens as normal, while closing it requires removing the bag or the complete unit.
Our resin castings are professionally injection molded for us here in the USA.
We hand bend the clips on jigs, heat treat and rubberize them in our on-site shop along with hand making our custom bags from start to finish.