It's me again. After getting involved with these black powder revolvers it was very disappointing. Tell me if this sounds familiar. We see an inexpensive black powder gun for sale. Not knowing anything about them and we believe everything we have heard about all the cowboy history behind them. We bite the bullet. By the time we get home, we have dropped a couple hundred dollars. Powder, caps, holster, powder measuring tools, lube butter, wads, and round balls. We are excited about owning this new piece of history. Now the journey begins.. We hit the innerweb, sign up on forums and start reading. There is good stuff on these forums. And alot to learn. How to load, how to strip one down, what balls to use and on and on. Range day.. we load up and quickly say to our selves, Dam, I spent all this money and this POS won't even get 6 rounds off without jamming. Soooo, we read somemore, folks tell us, buy this, buy that, try this, try that. We end up dropping another 75 dollars or so buying after market nipples, and different caps. Oh ---man ,, I got this now... this thing is finally going to shoot. NOT..... It still has cap jams. NOW WE ARE losing interest. The excitement is gone. So we read somemore on these forums, watch hours of You Tube videos and we still have this hunk of metal that is useless other than wall art. We have read about this thing called a cap rake.. but by then we have already dropped a ton of money and have probably bought another one.. only to have TWO cap Jamming revolvers now.. That's it. !!!!!! not another dime more.. Then this cap rake thing circles back around.. OK, do I DYI or pay somebody. MY THINKING was, it is a POS as it is, why not try to DYI. I had nothing to lose except some time. I have done 4 of mine now and all have been a succes. In the video I show 3. 1851Navy Pietta it has the Slixshot nipples Honed and polished and still jammed. This one has the threaded post installed. The video shows me having trouble with my left thumb pulling the hammer back. I have been practicing cocking with my left thumb to keep less gun movement in between shots. As you see no Cap Jams. The middle one is the Uberti 1862 Pocket Police. At first this was going to be my favorite. But the cap jams almost destined it to be trout line weight. I had to do alot to this. The loading lever needed work, it kept dropping down in between jams. It also had aftermarket nipples and was honed. Not until I put the Penny style rake on, did I fall back in love with this one. The last one is the 1849 Uberti Wells Fargo. I was not shocked or dispointed when I got this one. It Jammed right out of the box. It got the regulation issue aftermarket nipples and the penny style cap rake.