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They require some modifacation, I use a cutoff wheel on a dremel tool. I think you are way better off with a Lyman frizzen on your gun, but it needs to be properly installed. TC would likely replace the frizzen for you, and I hear that they have made some better frizzens lately. They would also completely check out thye lock and install their new-style hammer for you. Best bet would probably be to give TC a call.... Good luck to you whatever you decide!!
 

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FWIW,

Over the years I've bought about 4 or 5 extra T\C frizzens. Everyone knows the T\C frizzens don't last all that long because they are not case hardened all the way through.

So, when I get two or three that are no longer "good", I just send 'em back to T\C with a note and my return address (the most important part!!!) asking them to replace them as they no longer spark.

I get new ones in about a month.


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