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Savage smokless powder muzzleloading rifle broken vent liner in breech plug is this a common problem also is there any upgrades for this are parts still available for this rifle any info would help

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    Single shot looks brass black powder only hopkins and allen arms cor N.J. U.S.A S.Marco cal.58 #2279. WHAT IS IT WORTH?


    Good afternoon Jay.

    I found a couple .58 Cal Lyman Muzzle loaders for sale here:
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    FALLING BLOCK 22 RIFLE was listing for $250 Wish I could get closer than that, but listings on H&A tend more toward shotguns and pistols, and have prices anywhere from $30 'wall guns' to $500+

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    I have a 50 caliber black powder Thompson on which the breach seems slide forward and locks, is there a way this can be released so that I can opne the breach and put the charge in.


    To be totally honest and I have been hunting with Black Powder guns for over 30 years way back before we even had the In-Line's we have today, I would continue to load the normal way by pouring the powder down the barrel then tapping your bullet in on top. Unless the instruction Manual for your gun says different. I have 6 In-Line Muzzleloaders but all my Breech Plugs are threaded so they screw in and non have any movement once tightened. My newest one is about 6 years old so I'm not up to date on the newer ones. Hope this helped. It's always to be safe when dealing with firearms.

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    How do I remove the breech block on a .50 cal muzzleloader so I can clear a stuck round?


    "a round stuck in the barrel"



    From that statement I assume you mean you had a bad load, and when fired the ball when only part way down the barrel and got stuck, correct?



    If so, rather than unscrewing the "breech plug", you might want to try the less invasive old time method.



    You might try a ".50 cal black powder bullet puller":



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    Attach it to the end of a cleaning rod, and screw the end into the ball.

    The brass ring is non-marring in the steel bore.

    Once screwed in good, pull it out!



    Or, you might try a "CO2 bullet discharger":



    http://www.buffaloarms.com/ItemMedia/10024/10024_44151.jpg



    Remove the nipple (if a percussion action), and shoot the blast of air through it, pushing out the bullet (have it pointed in a safe direction!)

    Sep 09, 2014 | Optics

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    I broke a pick off in my breech plug. I had to


    DO NOT fire it until you've replaced the breach plug!
    The breach plug hole size is critical, opening it up even a few thousandths of an inch can cause a dangerous situation whereby chamber gasses can push the primer or musket cap back against the hammer and allow blow by gasses to exhaust directly into the shooter's face.
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    Muzzeloader won't fire ,new nipple,caps fire,nothing is pluggedl.


    its not a bullet problem you can shoot that out of your hawken muzzeloader your problim is getting the pan powder to ignight your powder in the barrel you need to make shure powder never got damp now on your hawken you have a removable torch hole were the pan powder lays take that out and just drill the hole out bigger not much just a little bigger in the part you took out this will make your hawken fire without any problem i have done this to many hawken rifles and its like night and day how it fires hope this helped ya out and good luck

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