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    Default WTS original Enfield lock (no hammer)

    Original lock for P1853 Enfield. Missing the hammer and hammer screw; the hammer screw has been cut off flush with the end of the tumbler. All internal lock parts are intact and appear to be functional. Side screws included. The inside of the lockplate is stamped T. TURNER, 5, J&B, and another mark I can't make out above the mainspring boss. On the outside of the plate you can see the double line engraving around the edge and the crown behind the hammer, but I don't see any markings in front of the hammer. Some rust on the outside and inside of the lock.

    $40 shipped in the USA. I prefer US postal money order but can accept Paypal.

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    Greg Walden
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    Quote Originally Posted by KyColorSgt View Post
    Original lock for P1853 Enfield. Missing the hammer and hammer screw; the hammer screw has been cut off flush with the end of the tumbler. All internal lock parts are intact and appear to be functional. Side screws included. The inside of the lockplate is stamped T. TURNER, 5, J&B, and another mark I can't make out above the mainspring boss. On the outside of the plate you can see the double line engraving around the edge and the crown behind the hammer, but I don't see any markings in front of the hammer. Some rust on the outside and inside of the lock.

    $40 shipped in the USA. I prefer US postal money order but can accept Paypal.

    Best,
    Greg Walden
    I'm interested. PM Sent.
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    Kevin Franklin
    3rd US, Co K

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    On hold pending payment, thanks.
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    Greg Walden

    4th Kentucky Infantry, Cotton States Battalion

    Honoring Ensign Robert H. Lindsay, 4th Ky. Vol. Inf.
    KIA Jonesboro, GA August 31, 1864
    Roll of Honor for Murfreesboro and Chickamauga

    __________
    Member, The Company of Military Historians

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    Sold, thanks!
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    Greg Walden

    4th Kentucky Infantry, Cotton States Battalion

    Honoring Ensign Robert H. Lindsay, 4th Ky. Vol. Inf.
    KIA Jonesboro, GA August 31, 1864
    Roll of Honor for Murfreesboro and Chickamauga

    __________
    Member, The Company of Military Historians

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