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Fitting a Breech Plug to a Muzzle Loader
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Posted: June 12 2015 at 1:46am | IP Logged Quote Khym

Does anyone have experience doing this? I've posted elsewhere and gotten confusing, conflicting and ultimately unhelpful responses. I've lots of questions to ask but need to find someone with practical experience. And, not to be rude, but no, I don't want to ship the barrel off to a someone else to do the job. The purpose for asking this question is to learn how to do it myself.
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Posted: June 12 2015 at 9:44am | IP Logged Quote backbencher

Don't you just thread the chamber, and screw it in?  Or am I missing something?  Someone on here has done it, and will post up.
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Posted: June 12 2015 at 2:51pm | IP Logged Quote ColonelKorn

Thread it into the chamber then cut flats, and drill flash hole.
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Posted: June 12 2015 at 3:37pm | IP Logged Quote molon labe

I own NCA and make custom barrels.... generally for centerfire rifles and smg's.... but I play with a bit of everything when I have time to tinker for myself. The biggest factor here is if it is inline or traditional side lock..... and if you are going to use one of many commercially avail replacement plugs(simplest easiest and most reliable) or fashion your own. ask away with any ?'s and ill gladley share my knowledge.
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Molon labe is a good one to listen to. You might want to take a gander at Track of the Wolf's site and catalog to see what's available for parts. Then do the same for Dixie Gun Works. By then you'll be drooling hard enough to short out your keyboard...
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