Identifying this mark on siler lock

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fastburn

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Ahh thanks! Bought it at Lake Ticonderoga off a blanket about 10 years ago
 

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Be extremely careful about removing the hammer screw. They have small threads and you can wring it off easily. That was a weak link.
 

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Havnt seen too many Doc Hadda . I do remember he said it was an original but couldn’t remember what!
 

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Found this one hoped to find parts for it some day. No idea who, or what on this one
 

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Need some parts for this if anyone knows of anywhere to get them!
 

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Blanket sale 10$ about 9 yrs ago. Need parts to complete it. Another rendezvous search probably!
 

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Both are nice locks. If the second one was mine, I would be temped to try to make parts to fit it. Fastburn's picture gives you a good idea of what to make. On the other hand, if one doesn't have the skill or a minimum of tools, then finding someone to do it would be the next route.
 

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Found this one hoped to find parts for it some day. No idea who, or what on this one
I have one Sutter lock in percussion and another in flint - both seemingly the same pattern as yours. I bought the percussion lock in 1964 and used it for a few years on the first rifle I built. I have had the flintlock for a long time too, but I forget when I bought it. It has never been used on a gun. If you want to pursue this further, please get in touch with me. I have no plans to use either lock. Take care,
Eric Bye
 

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I have one Sutter lock in percussion and another in flint - both seemingly the same pattern as yours. I bought the percussion lock in 1964 and used it for a few years on the first rifle I built. I have had the flintlock for a long time too, but I forget when I bought it. It has never been used on a gun. If you want to pursue this further, please get in touch with me. I have no plans to use either lock. Take care,
Eric Bye
I have one Sutter lock in percussion and another in flint - both seemingly the same pattern as yours. I bought the percussion lock in 1964 and used it for a few years on the first rifle I built. I have had the flintlock for a long time too, but I forget when I bought it. It has never been used on a gun. If you want to pursue this further, please get in touch with me. I have no plans to use either lock. Take care,
Eric Bye
interested
 

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Interested not sure how to private message but ill follow your lead for further conversations
 

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