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  1. Hi guys, just thought would share this as it's saved me 100£ on snap caps with my 6 shotguns, an easy perfect snap cap recipe All you need is an empty hull, kitchen roll, pencil with eraser on end, and a soft eraser cut hull 2/3rds way down, Punch the primer out over a gap in a vice etc, Then take the eraser section of a pencil off and push the rear of it through the eraser, it takes out a section of rubber the same size as primer hole. Push the rubber you removed into hole and stuff the hull with kitchen roll just to add weight/ or oil. And there you have it
  2. Hi guys. I have picked up an old winchester 96 xpert- the twin sister to nikko 5000 and winchester 101. Don't suppose anyone kmows how to remove nikko 5000 style ejectors? Just want to give her a good clean as it has never been fired so 40yrs of cabinet action.
  3. After a set of winchokes for my winchester 101, ideally with the tool as well. Let me know if you have a set going spare. Thanks for looking.
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