From TTAG’s simple, affordable solutions desk comes the KET Brass-Deflector. It deflects your gun’s flying brass in a consistent, controlled fashion, generally straight down. It’s lightweight, made in the U.S., and near universal in its use.
Each Brass-Deflector ships folded in a plastic clamshell.
Included are three clips: two for mounting the Brass-Deflector to a small- or large-diameter scope and one for mounting it to a Picatinny rail.
Simply place it in front of the ejection port and get to shooting.
Empty brass hits the deflector and heads downwards, thanks to gravity. Whether it’s about not annoying your range neighbors or making brass collection far easier, the KET Brass-Deflector does the trick.
I’ll be using this primarily on bolt guns to keep track of all that fancy 6.5 Creedmoor, 375 Raptor, and 300 Blackout brass for reloading.
Simple, lightweight, compact, adaptable, effective, and affordable is a solid combination. Find the KET Brass-Deflector on Amazon here; available in six colors priced from $27.99 to $32.99 shipped Prime.
When mine arrives I’ll put it to good use on a variety of guns and follow up with a full review. But, from what I saw at SHOT Show’s Range Day, it appears to do exactly what it’s supposed to do.