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Unread 07-20-2018, 10:01 AM   #1
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Default Hammer gun lock assembly

Is there a parts schematic? It would be for a top lever hammer gun.
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Unread 07-20-2018, 10:10 AM   #2
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i have not seen a Parker specific

but google any sidelock hammer diagram -my first "sidelocks" that i disassembled were flintlocks - it translated quite easily to breech loaders

if you are going to take one apart be sure you understand how to compress a spring
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There are pictures of the lock assy assembled...

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Austin Hogan posted quite a bit about the inside of Parker hammer guns. I'll try to find some or someone a lot better at it than I can look.
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BTW

if you are new to taking a lock (or just about anything for that matter) apart for the first time

draw an outline of the item on a piece of paper- tape the piece to the paper as you remove it with an arrow to the location and outline of each piece on the drawing - adding an order of removal number would not hurt

it especially help make sure you do not mix up the screws
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Take pictures as you go for later reference.
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The screws on Parker locks are numbered.
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Brian,

That was my reaction as well. At the Fall Southern a few years back I watched Dave Fjelline working on a Parker lock and he mentioned it as well and showed me and the fellow who's gun it was. I can't recall where the numbers were, but I did see them.

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