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Hubby has a Thompson center 45 cal Hawkins black powder gun and the hammer wont stay cocked, what should he do?

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Possibly carefully file where the hammer is held back to ensure that the edge is sharp to engage the lip of the lock edge
probably worn round from use and age

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Here's a trigger assembly:

http://www.trackofthewolf.com/imgPart/tr-tc-ne-used_0.jpg

And the backside of the lock:

http://www.trackofthewolf.com/imgPart/lock-tch-r_2.jpg

And how they interact:

http://www.rmcsports.com/flint.gif

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The last pic shows a flintlock hammer and frizzen, but the internal mechanism (backside) are the same (shown)

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Does the TC Omega have a problem using 150 grains of blackpowder or its' eqivalent?


Hello jps.... No problem at all with 150 grains. In fact, that is the spec. max. amount. The Thompson Center Omega Z5 was designed with simplicity in mind. It is easy to shoot and easy to clean. The breech seals the 209 primer from rain and snow and is easy to open with a simple forward motion of the lever on the trigger guard. The sealed breech plug design also prevents the crushing of Pyrodex pellets. The Z5 can handle a powder load of up to 150 grains for more power or longer range shooting.

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