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Old December 14, 2016, 10:19 PM   #10
BlackPowderBen
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Join Date: March 2, 2015
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Congratulations on getting your first black powder revolver!

You should contact member 45 Dragoon, he's a single action revolver gunsmith, he installs the cap post that Cap and Ball does, and tunes the rest of the gun as well.

I have the Ted Cash Wrench for my revolvers and it works great, if the nipples are stubborn the first time you go to remove them, put the cylinder in a vise that is properly padded so the cylinder doesn't get scuffed, and the nipples should come out for you when you go to remove them.
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