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PostSubject: Loading Kokusai Revolver Cartridges   Fri Dec 18, 2009 9:56 am

Orginally posted by BadBean in Guides to Loading Cartridges section...

BadBean wrote:

....I would like to hear from the Kokusai Revolver Owners, how one has to load these cartrifges correctly...

I have those (sadly slim) .44 cartridges from Kokusai, but I think they should be similar to the others from Kokusai like the .38 or .357 ...

Do I need silicone Grease? With what do I need to take care with those cartridges?

I've seen Kokusai reviews here so maybe someone will help me^^

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PostSubject: Re: Loading Kokusai Revolver Cartridges   Fri Dec 18, 2009 11:31 am

For loading see pictures below - these are for Kokusai M10. There is also a nice loading picture in manual, I will post picture when I find it.
You could put some grease on parts that move: insert that goes into lower part of cartridge, and bottom of cap.

For cleaning do the usual things :-) Head part is a bit tricky, you need to clean the hole and threads carefully. Remember to dry the hole after cleaning, as it likes to keep water inside.

Head part of cartridge used to be reddish copper colour (real look cartridge), but lost it after a year or two of using.

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