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Save your Brass, Keep your Cash!

Discussion in 'Sponsor Showcase' started by Brass Magnet, Apr 2, 2009.


  1. Brass Magnet

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    SAVE YOUR BRASS, KEEP YOUR CASH!<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" /><o:p></o:p>

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    · The BRASS MAGNET™ is 100"x144", weighs 6 pounds and comes with its very own, “stuff bag.”
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  2. TuxthePenguin

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    Uh....so is this just a fancy tarp?
     

  3. Brass Magnet

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    I invented the product to stop wasting time picking up brass from all types of surfaces. It is a weighted 8.5 by 12 foot net that you can walk on. They are velcroed so you can hook them together, I have used the same 8 to teach classes for 3 plus years, The man hours saved every time you use them, pluse the brass not lost or left on the ground will pay for Brassmagnet.
     
  4. deadday

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    Would you post some pictures of your product?
     
  5. Rob62

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  6. Brass Magnet

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    Thanks for your interest, we will have more pictures on the web site next by week. We are doing a photo shoot tomorrow.
     
  7. deadday

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    Awesome! Look forward to it....Any chance the photo shoot involves scantily clad women-folk?:whistling:
     
  8. DanGarand

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    Your website needs a serious update, like something associated with the product being sold would be good.
     
  9. Brass Magnet

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    The web site has been updated with some new information and some new photos! More updates and a new movie coming soon.........
     
  10. Rob62

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  11. Brass Magnet

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    Jessie never once got stuck in the Brass Magnet. The nylon mesh is fairly elastic and accomidates virtually any type of shoe soles, including heels. Good question.
     
  12. Brass Magnet

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    We just updated our web site with photos and new information. The video page still needs some work, I know. But your feedback on the new design would be greatly appreciated!
     
  13. smokey262

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    I think it is a pretty good idea. Best wishes in your endeavor
     
  14. Rob62

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    I think the picture series of "How it Works" is a great idea ! After all there are former Sailors and Marines among us. :rofl: :rofl: :whistling:

    The web site looks good. Overall very easy to navigate and easy on the eyes. A question that I have is what about wear ? After all its designed to be walked on. Any ideas if a commercial range were to use this product on a daily basis with dozens of shooters walking on it, how long would it last before a hole is "ground" through the mesh ?

    Again good luck with your business.

    Rob
     
  15. Rooster Rugburn

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    An interesting aspect that caught my eye was for those of us who shoot on a "private range". This can be hung beside the shooting position to knock down the brass. In fact, this is something I've been looking for and considering. I can hang it from the cover and let it knock down the brass as I shoot.
     
  16. Brass Magnet

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    The inventor has been using the same 8 (usually all at once) for over 4 years for the training classes he teaches, they have been walked on, on every type of surface, grass to concrete and every thing in between- no holes yet.
     
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