Discussion in 'Shooting Accessories Sale/Trade/Wanted' started by asbrown, Jul 12, 2019.
Mines heavy because its 7/8 across the flats. Meant for target shooting.
That's a heavy barrel for a .36. I have that has a trap barrel, a.36 barrel and a 20ga barrel. 3 minutes and they're changed out.
Folks: Please stop the idle chit chat. This is a FOR SALE advertisement.
Questions about the gun are acceptable but others telling us what they have, has no place in this topic.
Thanks for the information, I'll try to get up to speed ASAP and avoid being the most annoying person on the forum. Love the site and learning a ton. Mike
Did you recieve my PM? If not I'll try to figure out how to do it correctly. Mike
I think I did respond to your PM.
It says the barrel appears to have had a breech plug in it at one time (I assume this would have been for a sidelock, is this a potential problem or is it pluged and then drilled on the bottom for an underhammer?). It says has been lightly draw filed (what does this mean?). There are no dovetails or machining to barrel (How would I get this done, this is referring to the rifling?). The price looks great but please walk me through the steps once I buy the barrel.
I will pm you.
Actually, the lock is part of the receiver, no fitting is required
You are absolutely correct. But if done, the UH is the easiest of all builds to accomplish.
Muzzle loaders have 3 parts
LOCK - STOCK - BARREL
There is no receiver
Well, for whatever it's worth, either an under hammer isn't a muzzleloader, or it does have a reciever(also called an action in ye olde days)
No lock on H&A underhammer, just a mainspring/trigger guard, trigger and hammer, which is in the "receiver". that's the beauty of the H&A underhammer. It's much simpler that other muzzleloaders. Easy to fit a blank barrel to. Just screw in the plug, put it in the receiver, and drill the pin hole or set the three set screws.
I don't know why this gun hasn't sold yet but I hope it does. Way too much talk and not much action out of our members IMO.
I have a best bid of 265.00 plus shipping. I agree with Zonie. Time to put this to bed. The bidding for this item ends July 24th. Good luck.
Its a CAPLOCK with a underhammer
So I guess your not goimg to drill and tap for a nipple on the blank barrel
The nipple isn't part of the "lock", which you said needed fitting. The nipple is quite simple to drill and tap.
Final day to bid. Currently at 265.00plus shipping.
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