He has pre-mounted his percussion caps into pieces of fish tank air tubing and is using one piece for two caps.
Somebody needs to buy him a capper.
Is that what it is? i thought he was using tape rolled around the caps so they are in the right direction. IMO this is better then a capper
I have some older #11s and ive had issues with them getting stuck on the nippes where i couldnt get em off. The new #11 CCI are to loose so i bend them a little so they stay on but i dont have to use a crow bar to get em off.
Once i bend them i cant get them in the capper i have.
Jim, West PA
August 7, 2013, 09:39 AM
Thanx Float Pilot.
I can see that now.
Mmm...aint that a bit precarious shoving them caps in them tubes from the business end ? :uhoh:
August 7, 2013, 05:44 PM
From the color of the smoke, I'd bet he's shooting Pyrodex.
A Ted Cash Snail capper would make the capping so much easier.
Five minutes with a Dremel tool on the Remington and the capper will workthere as well.
Jim, West PA
August 8, 2013, 08:17 AM
Hey Noz. Are you saying that the area around the nipples needs opened up on the '58 to allow the use of the Ted Cash ?
I ask this because I'm considering getting the Cash. I have only '58's and ROA's.
August 8, 2013, 01:39 PM
Seems to work for him, except for the one he dropped.
Ingenuity seems to be the hallmark of the serious black powder shooter...
August 9, 2013, 03:04 AM
first comment :
"Boom1850 2 weeks ago
Yes it's very effective , especially in winter, 4mm/ 0.15" silicon oxygen pipe tube for fish tank."
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