The Gunshop

Flint Lock Priming Valve, dispenses 3 grain weight, fits 9/32" hole, solid brass

Sold out.

Flint Lock Priming Valve, dispenses 3 grain weight, fits 9/32" hole, solid brass

Our small brass flint lock priming valve has a knurled body, which may be glued to a 9/32" hole in your wood, horn, or antler priming flask. Drill deep enough to hold a quantity of priming powder.

The valve spout unscrews, to allow refilling through the brass body, using a funnel. Use FFFFg black powder, for priming only.

Best quality, solid brass, made in the USA, this tiny valve squirts three grains weight of priming powder, each time the nozzle is pressed into your rifle, fowling gun, or musket's flash pan.

News

Success in the USA at the Cowboy Action Shooting World Champs

Wayne and Ainsley travelled to the states to compete in the Cowboy Action Shooting World Championship "End of Trail" they did a warm up match at Cortez the week before,...

Anzac day 2018

  This year marks 100 years since the armistice that ended WW1. Every ANZAC Day, the Wellington Service Rifle Club hold their annual ANZAC day shoot, the climax of the year for...

Cleaning and breaking in barrels, is less better?

Common thinking in shooting circles is that we should clean our guns every time we shoot them. Now i can understand that in NZ's bush environement, it can be damp,...

Newsletter

We promise to only send you good things.