InventHelp Client's Device Facilitates Retrieval of Shotgun Shells (QCY-296)

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Pittsburgh-based InventHelp is submitting the SHELL STICK to appropriate companies for their review and possible feedback.

In a normal round of sporting clays about 100 to 125 shotgun shells (four to five boxes’ worth) can be spent and left on the ground. Since most courses require retrieval of one’s own shells, and a lot of people use spent shells to reload, a lot of time is spent and backs can become strained from bending over so much.

"While my son and I were reloading and tossing different-size shells into boxes, sometimes we’d miss and the shell would fall to the floor," said an inventor from Winston-Salem, N.C. "My design facilitates shell retrieval."

The patent-pending SHELL STICK is a device that enables a user to retrieve spent shotgun shells in a quicker, easier manner. It eliminates the need to bend over or crouch to pick up shells one at a time, which avoids tedium and back/leg strain. Also, it does a beautiful job of picking up the shells reloaders like to use the most but are normally very hard to pick up. Overall, it saves time and effort. Ergonomic and easy to use, the device is ideal for reloaders who shoot sporting clays, as well as cowboy action shooters. The inventor has created a prototype of his idea.

The original design was submitted to the Quincy office of InventHelp. It is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. For more information, write Dept. 15-QCY-296, InventHelp, 217 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, or call (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368. Learn more about InventHelp's Invention Submission Services at -
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Chrissa Chverchko
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