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Traditions™ Loading Block Stand for Blackpowder Revolver Cylinders

   

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Make loading your classic black powder revolver easier. The Traditions™ Loading Block Stand easily loads the chambers of a cylinder when removed from a blackpowder revolver firearm. Fits all 1851, 1860, and 1873 Colts, and 1858 Remingtons. Cylinder not included.
Manufacturer model #: A1309.

  • Stand holds and loads chambers of a removed blackpowder revolver cylinder
  • Fits 44 caliber only
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Works Great with my Remington Cylinders I got this loader at the store as a display model. It looks to be improved over what is pictured. The handle appears to be longer, which gives it more leverage. The wooden handle was just raw wood, with no finish, but some stain & polyurethane solved that problem. The arm connecting handle & ball ram is sturdier than pictured & if you can bend this, you need a job in a steel mill or at the circus. The ball ram is also parkerized steel & not shiney as shown in the catalog photo. Thew catalog description says it will fit both Remington and Colt models, but unless there is an adaptor sleeve that fits over the spindle holding the cylinder in place, it won't work properly or safely for Colt cylinders, which have a larger diameter cylinder pin than does the Remington. It is interesting to note that this loader WILL work & lines up properly with Ruger New Army Cylinders. This is a worthwhile addition to the range accessories of any Remington shooter who fires 50-100 rounds during an afternoon range session. Unless it has some kind of spindle adaptor sleeve to properly secure a Colt cylinder, it will be a big disappointment for Colt 1851 & 1860 shooters. Before use, be sure to align the ram/handle & tighten up the allen-head screw underneath - it's not supposed to swivel. Also tighten up the spindle. May 28, 2012
Makes loading revolver easier I tested out this reloading block and really like it . Makes pressing balls into revolver more uniform and much easier and convenient than loading from revolver. Nice to be able to just brush off excess lead shaving after pressing in ball. April 6, 2011
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If yours is indeed the Uberti 1858 Remington New Army style revolver, this will work just fine for you. It should work for both Pietta & Uberti Remington .44 models. The catalog description is misleading, since it indicates that it will also work with Colt 1851, 1860 and similar cylinders. It won't.

Due to the difference in cylinder pin (spindle) diameters, this loader will not properly or safely hold the Colt cylinders, which have a larger diameter cylinder pin hole.

Not sure which revolver you have? If you remove the cylinder by dropping down the ball ram arm, then pull forward to remove the cylinder pin, you have a Remington - this loader will work for .44 models.

If you need to drive out a wedge, pull free the entire barrel and ball ram assembly, you have a Colt design, and this Will NOT properly work for you..

I suppose that a spindle sleeve could be made to adapt to use for Colt Cylinders, but I don't know if the ram would align properly.
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