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Kinda thinking out loud here... .44 version of an NAA loader for Remmies?

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Busyhands94, Dec 12, 2012.

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  1. MCgunner

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    I use cornmeal filler. I find it more accurate than not using a filler, anyway. I like to think it'd prevent a chain fire from the front, too. I don't like using crisco. I guess it's the less gap the ball has to jump to the forcing cone that improves my accuracy. Cornmeal's cheap, wife has a cupboard ful, well, a good stash anyway. We fry a lot of fish. :D

    I've yet to try the wads. They might help lessen fouling since they're lubed.
     
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    Levi, I think you should leave the handles alone,without covering with anything.I think simple but effective is going to be the deal here.It will be alot easier for you too.jmho tho. I know that many will want one' including me. -ron-
     
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    This would be really dandy for the .31 IMHO. Probably have to build each one special for the gun as the cylinders are different lengths.
     
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    Levi, the tool arrived in the mail. Thanks!
     
  5. Busyhands94

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    Steve, it's good to hear it got it. Hope you enjoy it! :)
     
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    I'd like a smallish one for my .31 Pocket Remmie....

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    Got it. :) I will be sure to make you one after I get home from church and shooting tomorrow. I reckon there should be enough sunlight left to fully complete that loader.
    I also have an engraver, I can engrave your initials on there if you'd like me to.
     
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    How about ''.31''?
     
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    Will, I built you one and engraved it with the caliber as you wanted. :)
    Here it is before I cleaned er' up and blued the steel.
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    The finished loader all blued and purdy! :D
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    The caliber is on there too. Photo0252_zps807e071d.jpg
     
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    saweet!
     
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    I hope it's useful to you! :)

    If anyone else wants a loader PM me, I've still got plenty of of aluminum! :D
     
  12. BHP FAN

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    That's going right in my possibles bag!
     
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    Will, I hope you love it! :)
     
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    got it today! thank you, sir!
     
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    You are welcome! Hope you enjoy! I threw in some of my monster homebrew conicals, make sure you blow some nice big fat smokin' holes in stuff with them! ;)
     
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    That's the plan! I'm debating staining up some broom stick to make handle extensions. the way that it is now fits right in my possibles bag, or heck, my jeans back pocket, but some faux walnut handles might be pretty coolio, too...
     
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    ...and thanks for the antler palm saver. very ram rod friendly. I might even build a fire bow fire starter kit around it.
     
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    Will, that's a measure for your .36! :) You can use it for that too, it's a multipurpose tool.
     
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    Multi pupose, indeed! I actually have a little brass measure, but than antler is coolio!
     
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    Glad you like it. Enjoy and keep sending voluminous amounts of lead downrange with lots of smoke! :D
     
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    Have to go to the VA hospital in 'Frisco again next week, but when I get back, I'll be making some smoke!
     
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