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Old 02-14-2010, 11:21 AM   #1
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I saw this loading device on a video loading a Ruger Old Army.It was a very fast system for loading black powder in the field.Unable to find it on a google search.Anyone know where this system can be purchased?
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Old 02-14-2010, 09:18 PM   #2
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He makes them in the UK.

As far as the Old Army is concerned, I just fill to the top of the cylinder then ram a wonder wad and ball. Quick and easy.
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He makes them in the UK.

As far as the Old Army is concerned, I just fill to the top of the cylinder then ram a wonder wad and ball. Quick and easy.
I did that a few yrs ago at a friends indoor range, and after about 24 shots a fire started on the cement floor from al the unburned powder. No problem just allot more smoke to make the exaust system work.
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The OP was about ".....a very fast system for loading black powder in the field." The Ruger Old Army is the only BP revolver that I am aware of that can be loaded safely in this manner, due to its modern design.
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While it may not be the most efficient use of powder, it has been the fastest method of loading that particular gun that I have used personally. Of course measured reduced charges will yield better results, but for quick down & dirty plinking......
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