Re: Tricks for keeping powder in pan
I had 2 renegades, one was perfect the other leaked powder. You could see the frizzen was tweaked/twisted a little from fitting flush. I put a shim (a few layers of copper shim stock but feeler gauges would work too) under the section of frizzen that was making contact to raise it a bit, then using a brass drift and hammer I tapped the raised section of the frizzen down. Took a few tries getting the right shim thickness, but in the end it sealed flat. If you don't use a shim the metal will just rebound leaving a small gap again. Or proably a new frizzen would work too.
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