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    Multi-headed nut wizard pickup tool - videos

    The Multi-Headed Nut Wizard. Yes, that's exactly what it's called, and it looks awesome. 1:42 video:



    Seems like some homemade tool builders went pro, which we always like to see. Of course there is an ammo pickup version. More interestingly, check out these variants:

    The Sock Wizard, for easily donning/doffing socks without hurting your back; 27-second video:




    The Trash Wizard; 12-second video:




    More: https://www.holtsnutwizard.net

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    Another strategy, this time for spent casings.


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    For ping-pong balls, which reasonably justify a different pickup strategy than tennis balls.


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    Like the Sock Wizard, but in the genre of As-Seen-On-TV.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    Another strategy, this time for spent casings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank S View Post
    No brass no ammo drill Sargent
    This one stinks and does not work worth a flip.
    Junk

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncollar View Post
    This one stinks and does not work worth a flip.
    Junk
    Definitely wouldn't work at the range I go to and doubtfully pick up any pistol casings.

    The Nut Wizard is pretty cool system for a HMT start. Looks like pecans and wish I had one back when I picked walnuts for 2 summers...never again. The sock ones are also cool and have a real need for some folks...I know my Mom could have used one!


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