Yeah, but they're a snap to rig up. They definitely hold a whole box of brass without complaint, but you can empty them anytime with the zipper on bottom.Me too, but if I caught the drift of the thread they're only available as a part that is purchased and the user modifies it to fit the RDB.
OK, I'm going to blame you if it doesn't work! (just kidding) Time is my nemesis, but I ordered the makin's anyway.
You can't get one specifically for the RDB, at least not that I know of. This is the one I got because it's OD green: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00FZ0XWR8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1Where can I purchase the brass catcher for the RDB
looks like thisWhat is the item on the front of your grip? Is that a compact laser? If so, can you tell me the make and model?
Thank you for your excellent instructions, Holescreek. I would like to add my contributions here.I saw a thread down a ways in this forum where people were waiting on a brass catcher to come out. I just made my first one by modifying an $8 AR15 brass catcher purchased from Amazon here:
The chinesium wire loop is very stiff metal and it bends easier if you heat it red hot with a propane torch. It will bend without one but it takes a lot of force.
Given the nature of the design, it may make sense to loan the STL to CusomCast as the 3D printer service.There is actually a brass catcher available -
Brass Catcher for KEL-TEC RDB by Custom Cast usa | Etsy
*edit - I see dazed already posted about it - more info in his thread
Brass Catchers being sold