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After second trip to the range with my PS90 I could see that my sweat short is dirty with the after burn crap from the rounds dropping down out of the rifle. Is this the reason you are getting this catcher bag? I was thinking initially it is for reloading reason only ...

Anyway, please suggest good place to buy this bag. Thanks!
 

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I'm too cheap. Well, I'm just broke until my next paycheck.
For now, I'm just using a paper lunch sack folded down and placed below the ejection port. LOL

i will post a pic of my jury rigged brass catcher when I can upload it from my camera.

When I get my next paycheck, I'm going to order the brass catcher from Man Kave

EDIT: Here is the pic of my cheap-O brass catcher using a paper sack.
I tore the top half of the bag off, and what remained, I folded over to make a neat little "box" that fit under my ejection port.
You can see the spent brass just chillin' in the bag.
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I got massage that it is discontinued from man kave
That sucks. I read that the Baca ones were discontinued, but that Man Kave still had their own catchers in stock.
Unless I misunderstood or read too quickly and missed something, the Baca ones were probably the Man Kave brass catchers and when Baca discontinued them, Man Kave eventually didn't have anymore to sell.

one was listed on ebay $35 ships free
It looks like I will have to resort to buying one of these or one from FNH.
 

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I'm too cheap. Well, I'm just broke until my next paycheck.
For now, I'm just using a paper lunch sack folded down and placed below the ejection port. LOL

i will post a pic of my jury rigged brass catcher when I can upload it from my camera.

When I get my next paycheck, I'm going to order the brass catcher from Man Kave

EDIT: Here is the pic of my cheap-O brass catcher using a paper sack.
I tore the top half of the bag off, and what remained, I folded over to make a neat little "box" that fit under my ejection port.
You can see the spent brass just chillin' in the bag.
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I am kinda digging your brass catcher. I think you need to make more and sell them.
 

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Bought mine from Grabagun, bout 50 bucks . Shells kept bouncing off my beer belly, started to actually sting after a while.
I paid $51, still about 3 times more than thi part should cost. Also rifle looks funny with it, it is like a pampers for the bad boy :)
$50 just for that tiny bag that can only hold a hundred empty brass? I think I'm going to pass on that.
The Man Cave bags were better; the held more, were angled for both looks and bigger volume, they had a zipper so you didn't have to pull it off every time to empty it, and they only costed around $35 each.
 

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$50 just for that tiny bag that can only hold a hundred empty brass? I think I'm going to pass on that.
The Man Cave bags were better; the held more, were angled for both looks and bigger volume, they had a zipper so you didn't have to pull it off every time to empty it, and they only costed around $35 each.
I was thinking that I could skip it, but my right site of the sweatshirt is getting dirty after shoting without. My wife is keep asking me what is this? ... :) It is severely overpriced I agree. What about large pactic bag taped to the PS90? :) Anyway original is better than any other and simply could be sold later for the better price if I ever need.
 

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I think I will try my hand in trying to make my own brass catcher.
My only problem is I will not have access to the superior materials Man Kave of FNH has. So I would have to work with whatever fabric I can get my hands on and do my best to sew it together even though my sewing work would probably be a pure hack job.
 

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$50 just for that tiny bag that can only hold a hundred empty brass? I think I'm going to pass on that.
The Man Cave bags were better; the held more, were angled for both looks and bigger volume, they had a zipper so you didn't have to pull it off every time to empty it, and they only costed around $35 each.
The OEM bags are spring loaded on the bottom and no need to be removed, Shell are dumped using only one hand by squeezing the front and rear base of the bag together.

The spring is the same used in coin purses. https://www.etsy.com/listing/205743453/5pcs-of-spring-purse-frame-great-for?ref=market
 

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OEM bags don't hold as many rounds as compared to the aftermarket one's.

Also they work on the move, unlike the "Bench Rest Box." I here by hold the copyright to that name I just coined.

Bench Rest Box 2015©SONYtec. :?

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