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T/C Impact seized breech

Sooo, I got this new T/C Impact with Speed Breech,, kinda like the CVA breech. I took it out sighted in and it was shooting great. Took it home and went to screw out the breech to clean it and it was seized up. Before I went to the range to shoot it I put Permatex anti seize lube on the breech.
Well long story short I called T/C Arms and got some smart mouth woman that is going to send a return shipping label and I'll get it in 7 to 10 days and it's going to be 6 to 8 weeks before they look at it and I get it back.
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Sooo, I got this new T/C Impact with Speed Breech,, kinda like the CVA breech. I took it out sighted in and it was shooting great. Took it home and went to screw out the breech to clean it and it was seized up. Before I went to the range to shoot it I put Permatex anti seize lube on the breech.
Well long story short I called T/C Arms and got some smart mouth woman that is going to send a return shipping label and I'll get it in 7 to 10 days and it's going to be 6 to 8 weeks before they look at it and I get it back. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.huntingpa.com/forums/images/Huntingpa_toucan/smilies/tango_face_sad.png[/IMG]
So you seized a breach. Probably from poor lubrication and entirely your fault. And T/C customer service are smart mouth because they are going to pay the freight to them and back to you because of your error. What's wrong with this picture?
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So you seized a breach. Probably from poor lubrication and entirely your fault. And T/C customer service are smart mouth because they are going to pay the freight to them and back to you because of your error. What's wrong with this picture?
I guess you missed the sentence where I said I put Permatex anti seize on the breech plug before I shot the rifle. And you have no idea what the conversation was with that smart mouth woman I had to deal with.

In fact what you are implying now reminds me of her maybe you better pull you skirt up before you get in trouble.
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So you seized a breach. Probably from poor lubrication and entirely your fault. And T/C customer service are smart mouth because they are going to pay the freight to them and back to you because of your error. What's wrong with this picture?
I guess you missed the sentence where I said I put Permatex anti seize on the breech plug before I shot the rifle. And you have no idea what the conversation was with that smart mouth woman I had to deal with.

In fact what you are implying now reminds me of her maybe you better pull you skirt up before you get in trouble. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.huntingpa.com/forums/images/Huntingpa_toucan/smilies/tango_face_plain.png[/IMG]
No, I didn't miss the permatex sentence. Apparently you applied to much. to little or overtighted the breech plug. Bottom line is you did something wrong not T/C.

No comment on the rest of your post as it seems you got all butt hurt because of your error.
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No, I didn't miss the permatex sentence. Apparently you applied to much. to little or overtighted the breech plug. Bottom line is you did something wrong not T/C.

No comment on the rest of your post as it seems you got all butt hurt because of your error.
Naw not but hurt been dealing with people like you and that woman at t/c a long time now and I probably know more about muzzle loaders than the 2 of you put together.
"Bottom line" I did nothing wrong to the breech and you don't know what your are talking about and it's going to take a long time to get it fixed. IMO that's poor customer service.
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Tried some scrap leather and a properly adjusted vice grip pliers?
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.... Apparently you applied to much. to little or overtighted the breech plug....
If it's that much of a Goldie locks gun maybe T/C should do something.
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No, I didn't miss the permatex sentence. Apparently you applied to much. to little or overtighted the breech plug. Bottom line is you did something wrong not T/C.

No comment on the rest of your post as it seems you got all butt hurt because of your error.
Naw not but hurt been dealing with people like you and that woman at t/c a long time now and I probably know more about muzzle loaders than the 2 of you put together.
"Bottom line" I did nothing wrong to the breech and you don't know what your are talking about and it's going to take a long time to get it fixed. IMO that's poor customer service.
Breech plugs don't just freeze. If the breech plug ran freely when clean then it is not the firearm, it's operator error. Apparently you do not know as much as you would like to believe about muzzle loaders.
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Tried some scrap leather and a properly adjusted vice grip pliers?
Without totally taking the rifle apart,, which I wasn't sure about, there is no way of getting a good grip on the breech plug.
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Breech plugs don't just freeze. If the breech plug ran freely when clean then it is not the firearm, it's operator error. Apparently you do not know as much as you would like to believe about muzzle loaders.
I know enough that the breech plug was put it and properly lubed the way it was supposed to be and apparently you weren't here when I put the breech plug in so your talking about something you have not seen and making "assumptions" about something you know nothing about.
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