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Friend of mine bought a a300 outlander for his son to start shooting. Does anyone know of a good shell catcher that he can pick up for this model. I have looked online and could not find one that clips to the receiver.
 

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Friend of mine bought a a300 outlander for his son to start shooting. Does anyone know of a good shell catcher that he can pick up for this model. I have looked online and could not find one that clips to the receiver.
I coach youth shooters and we buy the Birchwood Casey shell catchers from Brownells They are sticky back tape and work on all right handed semi autos.
 

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I coach youth shooters and we buy the Birchwood Casey shell catchers from Brownells They are sticky back tape and work on all right handed semi autos.
They have a left hand version for LH ejection autos too.
 

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Learned a trick here on the forum. If you are using one of the Birchwood Casey wire-type shell-catchers, you can improve the effectiveness by getting some thin rubber medical tubing (I got mine on eBay) & slip a piece over the wire - it will catch more empties that way. The tubing can be a tight fit - I helped mine on with a drop of liquid hand soap. I have these shell-catchers mounted on a couple of 12-ga Remington pre-Model 11 Auto-Loaders - they work great.
 
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