Florida Hunter Safety Course

 

Cleaning and Maintenance Tools

Cleaning Patches

Cleaning Patches

Used to clean the bore of the muzzleloader

 

Soap or Cleaning Solvents

Soapy Water

Used to clean the bore of a muzzleloader

 

Cleaning Oil

Cleaning Oil

Used to clean and protect the metal parts of the firearm

 

Cleaning Jags

Cleaning Jags

Removes fouling and powder residue and can be attached to a cleaning ramrod.

 

Bore Lubricant

Lubricant

Used to lubricate the bore of a muzzleloader

 

Nipple Wrench and Pick

Nipple Wrench and Pick

Used for unscrewing the nipple for inspection and for cleaning the nipple's flash channel.

 

Patch Puller

Patch Puller

Helps retrieve a patch, which sometimes gets stuck in a firearm's barrel.

 

Bullet Starter

Bullet Starter

Used for loading a bullet in the muzzle end of a firearm.

 

Priming Tool

Priming Tool

Helps seat the primer on to the nipple of a firearm.

 
 

Bullet Puller

Bullet Puller

If a bullet is accidentally loaded without the powder charge, it can be pulled from the firearm using this device.

 

CO2 Bullet Discharger

Bullet Discharger

Mounts on the nipple and with one pull of the trigger on this device; the stuck projectile is forced out of the barrel. Make sure the muzzle is pointed in a safe direction when using this tool.

 

Powder Flask

Flasks

Container used to carry black powder. Never pour black powder into the barrel of a muzzleloader directly from a powder flask.

 

Powder Measurer

Powder Measurer

Used to measure and pour black powder into the barrel of a muzzleloader.

 

Possible Bag

Possible Bag

Used to carry all these tools.


 
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