Introducing our newest product, Pushing Daisies Patches. The newest innovation in muzzleloading, as you can see they are very different from all the other patch designs. The concept of the Pushing Daisies Patch is to force the material to fold above the ball rather than along the side, which causes uneven pressure against the rifling and lans. The new design results in a better fitting ball, easy loading and more consistent accuracy. We use October Country Bumblin Bear Grease to lube the patches. The Bear Grease is best for cold weather and helps lube the barrel as you seat the ball. Patches come in packets of 100.
Small items and orders are shipped through the Post Office are sent in a flat rate box or in a first class padded envelope for $3.00 to $12.50. Postage fees may vary due to destination, insurance and excess weight. The $14.00 at check out is a standard and WILL NOT be the shipping charge. It will be adjusted depending on the order and size of flat rate box we use!
Posted by jim n parks on 13th Apr 2016
The best I've ever used in forty years! Easily centers the ball up to 58 cal, lubed great. My 54 Virginian just started hitting 2"-3" groups - won't use any other patches now. These are great.
Posted by JON H. Pack on 23rd Mar 2016
Been using these for a while, I really like how they form to the ball, really easy to use, I position the patch on the ball first and then on the muzzle, centers nicely.
Posted by Thomas Neill on 17th Mar 2016
Since I started using these patches my group size is a half inch smaller in my 45 caliber flint lock rifle. I will not use any other patch from now on
Posted by Rod S on 3rd Mar 2016
These patches performed very well with the cast lead balls purchased. Would purchase more.
Posted by email@example.com on 10th Jan 2016
After using the old style patches the daisy patches are excellent!!! The results can be seen on the target. I would recommend them to anyone who is a muzzle loader shooter!!
Posted by Scott on 11th Feb 2015
these are a great lubed patch. will you be making in larger calibers?
Posted by Craig D Russell on 3rd Oct 2014
I read about these in MUZZLELOADER magazine last month and had to try them after reading Mike Nesbit's review on them.
They are proving to be at least as good as round lubed patching. I can center my ball better on the muzzle which means potentially better accuracy.
I have only used them once at the range but plan on continuing their use on the range and in the woods this hunting season.