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January 29, 2022 - 11:36 pm
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Does anyone know who makes this BP dispenser? 

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Sixguns said
Does anyone know who makes this BP dispenser? 

 

No, but I wish I had one–what a wonderful little gadget!  It superficially resembles the Wilkinson measure of the 1870s, the first improvement over the ancient powder flask.  But isn’t there a name on the top plate?

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Can anyone make this out?

 

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Yes Sir, but I cannot figure out what it says. The pictures I took from a video on YouTube by Capandball. I believe he resides in Hungary. Good videos…he was asked what dispenser he was using but reply was that he is going to do a video on what he uses in an upcoming videoConfused It definitely is a sweet machine.  

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Yes Sir, but I cannot figure out what it says. The pictures I took from a video on YouTube by Capandball. I believe he resides in Hungary.      

Me either.  I can’t tell if they are upside down, flipped or maybe not in English.  I still use a drop tube and then set them on my case tumbler and see if I can vibrate more into the same space.

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     Chuck said

  I still use a drop tube and then set them on my case tumbler and see if I can vibrate more into the same space.  

Fellow I used to know who shot on the US Long Range BP team used a 4 ft drop tube combined with a fixture that held the case on a vibrator while it was being filled.  Claimed he could load 85 g. into standard .45-70 case.

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My tube is only about 2′ long.  I’m not sure how I could mount it on the top of my vibratory cleaner?  The wing nut for the lid is in the way.  MacGiver could figure it out though.

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My tube is only about 2′ long.  I’m not sure how I could mount it on the top of my vibratory cleaner?  The wing nut for the lid is in the way.  MacGiver could figure it out though.  

His case holder was mounted on a vibrating flat plate of some kind.  He was also a master gunsmith who could make any fixture or other part required.  Wish I’d taken a photo–it was an awesome set-up.

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