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I like the one sold by TC. Nice compact and if you have really screwed up you can always put a wrench on the hex. I have never broken one, lost a few. I have thought of replacing the arm with a longer one but never have. I like it because I can get it on and remove nipples without taking the lock off. Carried one when I was a range officer to help dudes that dryballed.
 

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As noted they are available on the market. With that being said I used a simple pair of needle nose pliers for many years with my Hawken. I just made sure I used a dab of thread grease on it after cleaning so it did not become frozen in place. :flute:
 

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The TC wrench has fit all of the #11 nipples I have tried it on, it was designed for Hawkens. The Seneca and Cherokee have different nipples. Revolvers seem to require custom fitting.
 

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That sounds pretty racey there Big guy...................................
Man you would not beleave what went thru my noggin when I saw the title:flute::biggrin:
 

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�� lol thought that would raise an eyebrow. Misplaced mine, then found it. Took that as a sign to get a spare. Early muzzleloader coming up for doe's. Must be ready.
 
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