Colt Pedersoli Colt Pattern Powder Flask

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Colt Pedersoli Colt Pattern Powder Flask -
This all brass antique looking powder flask is the perfect companion to your Colt .44 or .36 caliber revolver. The easy to use spout holds 24 grains of black powder in the .44 version and 15 grains in the .36 caliber version. The flask can hold approximately six ounces of black powder and is ornately decorated with a cannon and two crossed flags on each side.
Available: .36 caliber, .44 caliber.
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Colt Pedersoli Colt Pattern Powder Flask Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

good product

Nice quality powder flask that makes measuring and filling easy. I like that the tip can be changed to make different powder measures.
powderboy at Cabelas on 04/28/2012

Works for me

It works
Jiman at Cabelas on 04/02/2013

Negative Reviews:

Do not buy this.

I really liked the way this one looked when I ordered it. But when I recieved it it was just so much junk. The lever to dispense the powder broke first time I was at the range and the lid was seized onto the body with whatever finish they put on it. Very unhappy. Sent it to the trash heap.
Merlin367 at Cabelas on 04/16/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Works well, but...

Even after removing the three miniscule screws holding the cap to the body of the flask, the cap was too firmly stuck to the body to remove by hand; a hammer and a dowel finally convinced it to release. I sanded the top of the body until the cap slid back on with just a little resistance. The screw holes are not set 120 degrees apart, so you have to make sure the holes in the cap line up properly with the holes in the body - another reason for the light sanding. I decided to not routinely take the cap off. I can refill it easily from another flask after taking the spout off. The "15 gr." spout consistently throws about 12 grains - close enough for me. It is certainly handsome, but I think I'll keep it for show, and leave the serious field work to more solidly built and easier to use flasks.
Siestatime at Cabelas on 11/10/2013