CED Brass Pouch
A fantastic way to collect and store spent brass at the range. Measuring 6.25" tall x 5" in diameter, and made of durable 600D "Cordura" type polyester fabric. The Ammo Brass bag includes a drawstring closure and metal bag clip. Can be connected to any range bag or even your pant belt loop. A mesh bottom allows dirt to be shaken out from the collected brass.
CED brass pouch
Posted by Bob on Apr 17th 2018
excellent product-DAWSON PRECISION only sells top quality products.With top notch personnel- service is top of the line!
Great for moonclips
Posted by Bill on Nov 22nd 2017
Bought two, one for my S&W 9mm revolver and one for my S&W 45 revolver. These are great for storing your loaded moonclips. Very, very convenient!
Well made product
Posted by Steve on Jul 18th 2017
This brass holder works well. It would be better if it fit around belt loops or a belt. All said and done it was as described and I knew the limitations prior to ordering. A really good product
Better Brass Bag
Posted by Nathan Handwerker on Feb 19th 2017
After using plastic ziplocks to toss range pickup into, I'm very pleased with this brass pouch. Works great at draining water and gunk out, especially this time of year with all of the snow/ice/mud at the outdoor range. Very sturdily built. Definitely recommend.
No more mess!
Posted by Evan on Nov 8th 2016
After years of picking up brass at matches and then having to deal with cleaning out the dirt, sand, grass, and mud once I got home, I finally purchased this brass bag.
It has a mesh rubber bottom so you can shake the brass as you collect it and leave the range at the range! No more dirt coming home with me!
Quality Built Product
Posted by Brant on Feb 1st 2016
Nice to have something built correctly. Sturdy and I hope (no doubt) durable. Exactly what I wanted.
Perfect ammo pouch for your range bag
Posted by Bart Carter on Dec 14th 2015
I have always used the ammo boxes that the ammo comes in, but no more. My wife notices some great pouches that people were using to hold ammo and was told they only come with a particular range bag. And the manufacturer does not sell them separate.
After much search, I found these. These are basically the same, but I don't use them as a brass pouch, I use them to hold rounds to reload my magazines.
They are just the right size to fit most range bags, can be slipped out of the bag, very stable (compared to balancing a box on your leg) and have a generous diameter so your hand can easily reach in to grab your rounds. Even has a clip so you can take extra rounds to the line if you need to.
These are now permanent equipment whenever I go to the range.