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CVA RedHead Synthetic Bullet Starter

Synthetic construction helps this RedHead bullet starter minimize weight without sacrificing the strength and performance needed by muzzleloader enthusiasts. The RedHead Synthetic Bullet Starter is a quiet, non-abrasive, non-glare tool that handles both long and short bullets. Palm saver design to help with tight fitting bullets. Palm saving design Starts long and short bullets Non-abrasive Non-glare finish Lightweight
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What Caliber

Greetings All,
Will this fit a 44 pistol or is it just for rifles Please?

asked 1 year, 10 months ago
on RedHead Synthetic Bullet Starter
2 answers
answer 1
Good Afternoon,

This a ball starter usable for most caliber rifles and muzzleloader pistols in .40 caliber and up. It maybe possible to use this for revolvers but most revolvers have a built in ball starter.
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answered 1 year, 8 months ago
answer 2
It works just fine for my 50 and 54 cal. rifles. I load 45 cal. sabot in my 50 so it should work for you.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
 - Saskatchewan Canada
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