Well today I took the Walker to work and made my own nipple wrench out of a 7/32" deep 1/4" drive socket.
I am an automotive technician by trade, so I have the resources to make things.
Cleaned the cylinder and nipple threads of the packing oil.
Blew out and brushed everything with compressed air and an old toothbrush.
You would be surprised at all the metal shavings and gunk there is in a new pistol out of the box.
Need to do some fine filing on some areas to get rid of some metal flashing that is rubbing on the hammer and such.
Plan on takeing it out this weekend and settled on 45gr of Pyro P to fire the first shots with.
B.E. Master indoor and out
Distinguished Revolver Badge #99
EIC Service Pistol = 30 points (need a hard leg)
10z n Xs