My first .45-70 reloading tools. A nail to punch out primers, hinge to seat primers, scoup for powder, and cork wads to hold in the charge of BP in the case. I seated the wad about 3/8 inch in the case and dropped the bullet on top. They would hold together long enough to single load in a trapdoor Springfield rifle.
Find a long nail, file or grind the point down until the tip is small enough to go through the flash hole. Heat the end cherry red and plunge it in water or oil to harden it.
Set the case over a block of wood with a hole for the spent primers, insert the punch in the flash hole and tap with a hammer.