There are various metal catchers accessible that will fit an AR 15 however not all are made equivalent. I reload my own ammunition so I must save each and every metal packaging that I fire. Quite a while back I would fire through a magazine and afterward plug and police up my area, getting all the metal. What a major irritation! I particularly didn't partake in this exercise when there was snow on the ground and I needed to dig through it to track down the metal. Didn't take long to make my hands freeze and make me wish there was a superior way.
So I began evaluating different metal getting strategies.
Clearly a metal catcher connected to your firearm it presumably the most effective way to go.
I got a truly economical catcher at a firearm show to test. Immediately I was not dazzled. The sack that the metal go into was made from this cross section material that would catch on brush and trees. Assuming I at any point laid my firearm down the cross section would continuously appears to catch onto something.
So my most memorable suggestion is know about the material your metal catcher is produced using. Network obstacles, plastic is clearly. The best I've found is a 45 colt ammo for sale material like material. This doesn't catch or obstacle on stuff and it exceptionally calm while you're following your game.
My next fuss with my most memorable catcher was the manner in which it connected to my firearm. It was not safely connected and when the lattice would catch it would pull the catcher off my firearm. Likewise, the getting sack leaned right against the side of my firearm making it hard to deliver the magazine.
Assuming your catcher has any metal on it ensure it is elastic covered to that it won't scratch up your firearm!
When you go through two or three magazines you should purge the metal catcher. This can be an agony also. My initial one had a zipper at the lower part of the pack that was difficult to open and would for all intents and purposes jam shut assuming I got any soil or mud in it.
I surmise I sound pretty enemy of metal catcher isn't that right? There are incredible metal catchers that function admirably. Here is a rundown of what I would search for before you purchase.
1. Material/Canvas pack for getting metal. Not Mesh or plastic. Ponder clamor and obstacles.
2. Safely and accurately appends to your weapon. Ensure any metal parts contacting your weapon are elastic covered or secured so they don't scratch your firearm.
3. Verify whether the metal catcher is a 'solid match'. Ensure it's not in the manner and you can get to your mag discharge.
4. Attempt to stay away from discharge/void systems that can get stuck up with soil. Zippers by and large do this. Could you at any point deliver your metal while the catcher is as yet connected to your firearm?