English Durs Egg - London right Percussion Conversion Lock, by L&R
Part Number: LOCK-LR-1500
Availability: In Stock
Price: $120.00
Durs Egg - London right Percussion Conversion Lock

Best quality London made flint locks were often converted to percussion, during the 1825 - 1840 transition period. This nice percussion lock has the plate style of an earlier flint lock, with a notch for a 7/16" powder drum and nipple.

A fly detent prevents the sear from snagging the half-cock notch when fired. Used with plain or set triggers. Nearly as large as the left Siler lock, it will fit straight or swamped barrels from 3/4” to 1-1/8” octagon at the breech.

Notice the “cut away” tumbler and “swing out” link, which greatly simplify lock disassembly. These are fine English innovations. This tumbler has a lower arm, made to catch the mainspring if the tumbler arm or link should break while being cocked. But even if this “weakest link” has failed, this fine lock will fire one last shot. You can depend on this nice lock, in good weather or bad. The lock plate is polished bright inside. Exterior parts are grit blasted to a matte gray. Order a 7/16" drum for use with this lock.

This lock exactly matches our left hand Durs Egg percussion lock.

This lock is shown at exact-full-size, in Track's new catalog for gunmakers and gunsmiths.
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