Tip of the Month
Send us your best tips and you could win one of these Buck Model 110 Folding Hunters.
Click here for the rules.

Use The Form To
Submit Your Tip!
Your Name:

Your Email Address:

Your Mailing Address

Your Phone Number

Type Your Tip Here

Recent Comments

Comment Archive
100 reader comments to read and reply to. Click here!

Blog Roll



« Keep Your Rod Tip Nick-Free Using a Plastic Bead | Main | Make a Coffee-Can Blind Heater »

December 27, 2007

Waterproof Your Primer with a Valve Stem Cover

When heading back to a vehicle or to camp after a day muzzleloader hunting, put a rubber tire valve stem cover over the nipple and primer cap of your gun. Then, lower the hammer onto the rubber cover to keep it in place. It's waterproof, and works as a saftery, but allows you to fire a quick shot if a deer should appear.
Marlan Larsen, via E-mail


TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Waterproof Your Primer with a Valve Stem Cover:


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

The comments to this entry are closed.


Our Blogs