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A ball puller? (although it can't be prudent to disagree with you) I've found them to be about worthless. No entirely worthless. I guess maybe if a ball came halfway out on a shot. I've never had that happen. Still I would need a better tool.
Tell me why I would use one? Certainly a little extra ffff in the touch hole for my occasional oops I forgot the powder. (Sorry to get off track)
I'm North of you in Harrisburg and would, like almost anyone here, be glad to show you the basics.
 

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Yea well I guess I knew better than to doubt you. A shop ball puller would be ticket with the antique or if your unsure about a secondhander. Unfortunately I only have a couple modern throwbacks.
All those other problems however I must say compressed air or back filling the touch hole will save you an hour.
I have a ball puller. I just find it worthless in my narrow minded hunk of the universe.
Thanks and like I said I should have known better. Again sorry to pirate your thread.
 

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2 minutes really...Geez what a new goal, fall 2010 the year I learn to...dare I say ballpull? by the way cook the line a hair more, then cap. 1 darn boiling drop from out of nowhere makes it an impossible task.
 
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