Due to the complex variations of this section 'Real Time Stock Control' is not active. As such a period of approximately 12 weeks must be allowed for despatch following order.
Work in progress
*All castings listed require an element of dressing, finishing, drilling/threading and hardening where required, (unless a option suggesting otherwise). A polished finish may have been applied to some items for the purpose of detail. Images will be added on a regular basis and there may be limited information initially. However within that interim period we are able to supply more detail upon request.
Measuring Lockplates and Pan
The image on the right indicates how to obtain the sizes on the lockplates and Pans shown below. Dimension 'D' will be assumed that needed of the frizzen pan cover, and will not include the pan fence thickness. Lockplates OR Pans are available from the drop down menu. Selecting 'Lockplate' from the choice menu will include the pan in all cases. Pan sections are more commonly used for converting back to flint projects, where the entire plate would not be required. LS = Lock set available, RS = Reconversion set available
Please note; The compatable items to these lockplates are available, however may not be within the site structure at present. Please enquire should you have any questions relating to those parts. Reference to compatable parts are as follows: FC = Flintcock, TJ = Top Jaw, FR = Frizzen, FS = Frizzen Spring, TU = Tumbler, BRI = Bridle, SE = Sear, SS = Sear Spring, MS = Main Spring.