Practice shooting can be a fun and important experience whether you’re at a gun range or on private property. It also comes with a lot of responsibility, safety, being the main concern. But have you ever thought about the responsibility of cleaning up after a shooting session?
Not only is this a respectful practice, it can also be extremely helpful. You can reload your brass and get more practice out of the already used rounds. If you want to make a little extra money, you can recycle your brass bullets and get $1.50 for every pound. That may not seem like much, but hundreds of rounds can add up fast, especially if you love to shoot.
An Ammo-Up machine costs $495, so it would take 330 pounds of brass to pay for one of our units. Once you own an Ammo-Up, picking up the brass and reusing or recycling it will be a breeze.
So the next time you finish a shooting session, take a few extra moments to prevent waste and always reuse and recycle your brass!