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Old 04-06-2013, 09:14 PM   #1
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I was noticing that under Technical Info you can get parts illustration print out of hammerless guns but where do I get one for a lifter hammer gun. Thanks Thomas
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Maybe this will help....................
http://parkerguns.org/pages/faq/FAQs...rWithPhoto.htm
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Robin: Thanks for the info. I have the gun completely apart and was looking for a complete breakdown of each part and the correct name of them. If possible all the side plate internal parts terminology. Thanks Thomas
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Thomas, maybe this will help. There aren't many parts inside a hammer gun lock. The tumbler and sear are shown in this illustration. The little "S" shaped part that connects the tumbler to the main spring is called a stirrup. The part with three screws that holds it all in place is called the saddle. Other than that, there is the main spring, sear spring, and screws.
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Dave: Thanks Dave that helps a lot.I have some extra parts that I needed identified. Thomas
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Dave

that illustration looks familiar, is it out of one of Shumway's publications?
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that illustration looks familiar, is it out of one of Shumway's publications?
I'd like to give credit, but I don't remember what book I copied it from. It was about muzzleloading long guns. When it comes to hammerguns, locks is locks. They are all about the same.
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thanks

if its muzzleloading then is is likely one of Shumway's - i know i have seen it, may be from Recreating the Double Barrel Muzzleloading Shotgun
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