Gobbler- Are using the discharger on a fired, dirty barrel or an unfired clean one? Reason I'm asking, mine won't work with a dirty barrel and sometimes CO2 escapes back out the touchhole because the charge won't move.
This a nice little tool to have but really other than the fact that you can use it almost anywhere and lock doesn't get dirty, I don't see any huge advantage over just shooting the round off. Now if you have wet powder in the barrel that won't ignite, then it's worth every penny that it cost. When using the discharger, I still have to clean my barrels with water to get all the unfired powder residue out.