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Traditions™ Deluxe Revolver Nipple Wrench - A1260
$10.00

Traditions™ Deluxe Revolver Nipple Wrench - A1260


Easily install or remove nipples from your revolvers
Designed to fit 1851, 1858 & 1860 revolvers

Original price $10.00 - Original price $10.00
Original price
$10.00
$10.00 - $10.00
Current price $10.00
SKU A1260

Description


The Traditions™ Deluxe Revolver Steel Nipple Wrench makes it easy to install and remove nipples on the 1851, 1858 and 1860 Traditions® revolvers. The slotted wrench design fits perfectly around the nipple. In addition,  this hardened steel tool includes a brass end cap that houses a universal nipple pick for cleaning the inside of the nipple.

Specifications

Fits
#10 PERCUSSION NIPPLES
Construction
STEEL CONSTRUCTION
T-Handle
EASY TO USE
Nipple Pick
INTEGRATED

Features

Customer Reviews

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Andrey
Very useful

Put a ball without a black powder, there was no way to take it out. Got this tool and easily done. Super useful.

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Joshua R.
Works Great

Just received this nipple wrench yesterday and used it to remove the nipples on my new Pietta 1851 Navy revolver. It fits into the back of the cylinder with easy and seats firmly on the factory nipples.

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Gus C. (Blue Springs, MO)
Doesnt work well.

It doesn't even fit the nipples on a pietta 1851 colt navy in .44, very disappointed I spent $10 on a tool that doesn't work, its too small for the size of the gun, maybe would work on a .31 revolver but I don't know. Only reason I'm giving two stars is because the little pick it comes with is functional and the only real functional part.

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Zachary B. (Hanover, PA)
Garbage Tool

Got this tool with the 1858 Army Revolver and when I used it to remove the nipples, the teeth on the wrench bent and broke with only a moderate amount of force. If I had to guess I would have thought this was made from aluminum, not steel. Do not buy.

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Charles
Absolute Junk

If I could do so I would rate this junk tool a minus 5 stars. I opened the package, put the wrench securely on one of the nipples in my replica 1860 Army 44 pistol cylinder and applied moderate pressure to unscrew it. The tips of this tool immediately bent and stripped out. I carefully sanded the tool tip flat and tried again. The tips again immediately stripped with moderate pressure. The package says this is a "hardened" tool. That is a false statement. In fact It is made of mild steel and the tips bend like pot metal. I see that this tool is made in Taiwan. This tool is absolute junk.