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Need help - T/C flintlock parts?

Hi guys,

I have a .45 hawken style t/c flintlock. I have a broken part in the internal lock assembly. (Not sure, is it the <span style="font-style: italic">sear</span>? ) - It is the part that holds the hammer back, trigger pushes up on it, it pivots to release the hammer. - About 1/4 inch broke off, now it won't hold the hammer back.

I cannot find any listings of T/C lock parts online. Anybody have any suggestions about where to look?

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Re: Need help - T/C flintlock parts?

Google Thompson Center hawken parts. You should find what you need.

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Repair, Warranty, Parts. (866) 730-1614. [email protected]. T/C Accessories. (866) 730-1614. [email protected] ...

https://www.tcarms.com/

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http://www.rmcsports.com/rmcsports_c...?msection=1042


Diagram and part names found here.
Had similar problems. Tiny part called the 'fly' rounded off. Easy fix.
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Re: Need help - T/C flintlock parts?

Thanks guys.

Parts diagram helps. At least now if T/C replys I can tell them what part i need.
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Re: Need help - T/C flintlock parts?

I found what works best is to pack the lock up and send it,with a note of problem,to them.It's less hassle to fix the lock on their part then give excuses over the phone or e-mails.

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Re: Need help - T/C flintlock parts?

Yup,

Got a reply to my email today

(from Smith
& Wesson - guess they own T/C?)

They're sending me a prepaid label, they'll look at it and decide if it's covered by warranty or how much it will cost.

Thanks for the advice guys
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Just an update, FYI

- I sent the broken sear to S&W, about 3 weeks later I got a new one in the mail - no charge for part or shipping - got 'er all back together and working fine before Christmas.

I'd call that good customer service and support since I had no puchase or warranty information to give them.
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