209 capper/decapper

Tim in Wa.

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What works best for an inline? Specifically a Knight ultralight set up for a bare primer.
That red plastic three sided one on Knights website does not give me confidence
 

tdhanses

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I have their full plastic jacket one, works well but isn’t needed. Looked at the red one, why do you not think it would be good? I’ve yet to get anything from them that performed poorly. For the price I would try it, might be surprised.
 
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jsbowhunt

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The three sided one is the only one I've found to work, I use it to put the cap into the bolt but once fired I just pull the bolt back and tip the gun and the spent cap fall right out no problem.
 

sabotloader

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What works best for an inline? Specifically a Knight ultralight set up for a bare primer.
That red plastic three sided one on Knights website does not give me confidence
Wait... if you are shooting a bare primer set up - you do not need a capper or decapper. Stand the rifle up nearly vertical -tilted slightly to the left - insert/set the primer on the edge of the face of the bolt and push it into the primer rails on the face of the bolt. When you open the bolt the spent primer will be extracted from the bolt - tip the rifle sideways and the primer will fall out of the bolt... this can be a trouble spot in some Knights but is an easy fix if it fails to fall out.
 
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Tim in Wa.

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Wait... if you are shooting a bare primer set up - you do not need a capper or decapper. Stand the rifle up nearly vertical -tilted slightly to the left - insert/set the primer on the edge of the face of the bolt and push it into the primer rails on the face of the bolt. When you open the bolt the spent primer will be extracted from the bolt - tip the rifle sideways and the primer will fall out of the bolt... this can be a trouble spot in some Knights but is an easy fix if it fails to fall out.
Thanks, I will try that
 

kotaclass29

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Wait... if you are shooting a bare primer set up - you do not need a capper or decapper. Stand the rifle up nearly vertical -tilted slightly to the left - insert/set the primer on the edge of the face of the bolt and push it into the primer rails on the face of the bolt. When you open the bolt the spent primer will be extracted from the bolt - tip the rifle sideways and the primer will fall out of the bolt... this can be a trouble spot in some Knights but is an easy fix if it fails to fall out.
Yep...this
 
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