With the start of spring sports season I can no longer count on my grandson accompanying me on every shooting session, nor can I rely on the son-in-law since he has to drive to the sports events. This almost untenable situation left me in a quandary... how to retrieve semi-auto brass scattered across the landscape, from waves of golden grain to purple mountain's majesty. I had several options; kidnap a small child and feed him just enough to give him energy to retrieve brass but not enough to have the energy to escape; hire an additional man servant on my regular butler's days off; shoot from a deep hole so the brass landed at shoulder level; get married again, ( a non-starter to be sure) or relegate my shooting to strictly revolvers. A perplexing conundrum indeed. The answer to my problem came in the form of the BRASS WIZARD. It's a little rolling wire basket on a broom handle. You simply roll it along the ground and it picks up any brass that is laying there. It pretty much works on brass from .380 up, (not sure about really big brass but works like a champ with .45's), but yet the metal tines are spaced far enough apart to allow .22's to just fall out. Emptying the Wizard is just as easy. It comes with a 'V' shaped metal bracket that slips over the lip of a bucket, (you supply the bucket), you place the Wizard over the bracket, give a slight twist to spread the tines and presto, all the brass drops into the bucket. Pretty much an old man's back saver. Wish I'd have invented it. Jack Wanna kill these ads? We can help!