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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-22-2015, 09:56 PM Thread Starter
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Can a .50 caliber TC Hawken cap lock rifle Stock be used on a .50 caliber TC Hawken Flintlock? I believe it holds a 15/16 barrel.
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Re: Question???

i dont see why not the only problem might be the lock cut out

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Re: Question???

Yeah, I would guess so also. But the wood will need fine tuned, especially for the flash fence behind the pan.

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Re: Question???

I just compared the two and by just eyeing it up it looks like it would.

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Re: Question???

I did use a caplock and You will have to take a little wood out for the flint lock to cock and fire,just a little.

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