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Does anyone here have experience using or owning the L&R Trade lock?? I am considering buying a new one for a build but have read about quality issues in the past. Anyone who has a current manufacture L&R Trade lock, please advise on the quality.
Thanks,
Skwerl
 
Skwerl,

My Tip Curtis built 16 gauge smoothbore has the L&R lock ..
I assume it’s the Trade Lock…
I’ve had zero complaints with it and it’s easy on flints & sparks well..


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Skwerl,

My Tip Curtis built 16 gauge smoothbore has the L&R lock ..
I assume it’s the Trade Lock…
I’ve had zero complaints with it and it’s easy on flints & sparks well..


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Handsome! BTW, modern shotgun ammo in 16ga. is rather pricey; it's lower use and demand inflate the cost, even though it's a great hunting round.
 

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