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Mr. Shooter's Brass Marker uses Sharpie Fine Point Permanent Markers to place two stripes around the brass. You can use any of the 25 currently available Sharpie colors, in any combination, to uniquely mark your brass.
|• Stripe 20 Rounds Per Minute
• Applies 2 Stripes at the Same Time
• Uses Sharpie Fine Point Permanent Markers
• Battery Powered - Stripe Brass at the Range
• Battery Life > than 5000 Rounds
What Size Brass Will it Mark?
Stripes any rifle or pistol brass that is:
1) No shorter than approximately a 9mm round as you need enough sticking up to hold.
2) No larger in diameter at the base than approximately a .45 ACP round (.480″). **
** Unfortunately that excludes most rimmed 44 and 45 caliber cartridges (e.g. 45 Colt rim = .512″; .44Spl./Mag. rim = .514″). Please check SAAMI Specs before ordering.
Tip! When doing load workups, mark each group with a different color. When testing them at the shooting range, it will be impossible to mix them up!
Watch Mr. Shooter's Brass Marker in action!
Watch it Stripe 20 Rounds in 1 Minute!
|Patent No.: US 61/659,109
SHARPIE is a registered trademark of SANFORD.
|Stripes Brass Sizes||9mm to 45 ACP|
|Number Of Stripes||2|
Sharpie Fine Point Permanent
|Rotation Rate||90 rpm|
|Dimensions (base)||3.5"L x 3.5"W x 2.25"H|
|Average rating from 3 reviews: 4.7|
The motor is weak.It needs a stronger motor to run the unit.
Works well but.........Partly my fault but not all. I didn't note that the largest caliber on the description was 45acp. But when I got it, the accompanying sheet said .45. When I set it up I found my 45 colt brass wouldn't fit in the marking hole. Broke out my Dremel and made some modifications and now it works. Don't know why the manufacturer wouldn't include 45 colt. Anyway, if you load 45 colt and you want one of these, you'll need to do some work on it first. Mine works fine now.
Works like it shouldI spend allot of time prepping my brass especially rifle brass so it is really nice knowing that I am getting my brass back. I have a color code system that lets me know at a glance how many times I have loaded the same brass. Every reloaded should have one of these on their bench.
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