Exploded View of a Flintlock

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Author: Øyvind Flatnes
Category: Miscellaneous
Published: 11.15. 2008
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The drawing below shows an exploded view of a Danish-Norwegian military flintlock. Note that he translation of this article is not quite finished.

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You can read more about the development of the matchlock, wheellock, flintlock and percussion lock and their practical use in the brand new book From Musket to Metallic Cartridge: A Practical History of Black Powder Firearms.

Flintlåsens deler

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1. Cock screw
2. Cock spur
3. Neck of the cock
4. Body of the cock
5. Tumbler screw
6. Upper jaw
7. Piece of leather
8. Flint
9. Lower jaw
10. Face of frizzen (steel)
11. Pan cover
12. Tail of frizzen
13. Pan cover screw
14. Pressure arm
15. Frizzen spring
16. Frizzen spring screw
17. Pan
18. Lockplate
19. Threaded hole for foremost lock plate screw
20. Threaded hole for frizzen screw
21. Bolster
22. Pan screw
23. Threaded hole for rearmost lock plate screw
24. Anslagsflater
25. Studdelskrue
26. Studdel

27. Stangfjærskrue
28. Stangfjær
29. Stang
30. Stangskrue
31. Nuss
32. Nusskrapp
33. Tumbler hook of mainspring
34. Slagfjærskrue
35. Lower limb of mainspring
36. Slagfjærøre
37. Upper limb of mainspring
38. Cup of tumbler
39. Stangarm
40. Gjengehull for slagfjærskrue
41. Gjengehull for fengpanneskrue
42. Gjengehull for stangfjærskrue
43. Gjengehull for stangskrue
44. Forsterkningsknast for gjengehull
45. Firkanttapp for hane
46. Nusstapp
47. Halvspennro
48. Helspennro
49. Springkile




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