A very cool, beautiful jag that you will want.

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Jerry Samouce

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Recently I posted photos of my first completed rifle build. Since then, I have had several folks ask where I bought this amazing very useful and beautiful jag that was just too sexy not to use in my build...

It took forever to find them again... Here is the very obscure small business' link...

Your welcome...
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I just went to their site there are some outstanding things there. The vent pick and whisk are really nice.
 

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Jumped on the bandwagon and just ordered one. One of the neatest items I have seen in a long time.
 
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Jerry, what is the thread pitch and diameter where the worm screws on?
Everything I have is 8-32 and would like to stick with that instead of 10-32,

Thanks!
 

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Jerry, thanks for posting this! The maker has an inventive mind and the skills to make those ideas realities.

I bought some of his replica Spanish coins several years ago. I believe he uses sterling for these which actually has a higher silver content than coin silver. He made some very slight changes, I think in diameter, so his replicas would not be confused with original coins by knowledgeable collectors. However, for a dedicated reenactor, there is just no comparison between his replicas and the cast pewter coins offered by the various sutlers.

Anyway, he was great to deal with, and his products were of highest quality. I would say the pricing on those ramrod tips and worms is more than fair.

Notchy Bob
 

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I typed in THE LUCKY BAG and all I see is women's bags, darn it
 
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These are really wonderful accessory. Make sure that you check tightness often. Lost one on a woods walk. Probably worked loose and did not notice. You can get just the jag, if you loose it.
 

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But, but,, It's not a "jag",, it's a worm,, there's a difference in terms and operational/functionality between "jag" and or"worm".
Can't use a worm like a jag,, can't use a jag as a worm,, two different things.
If you really want it to work like it should,,
 

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But with a worm you can wrap up a ball of tow to effectively clean the bore. The other end can be used to ram the ball in place or thread a jag onto the rod.
 

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Dang, that is some nice gear. You guys are a bad influence. I just opened that sight and within 10 min. I spent $150.00. Can't wait to get the gear and the first shoot I got to , lay some of it our on the shooting bench to show off.
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Jerry, what is the thread pitch and diameter where the worm screws on?
Everything I have is 8-32 and would like to stick with that instead of 10-32,

Thanks!
I have no idea as it is not my small Business... I just like their stuff....
 
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