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Old 12-10-2005, 08:09 AM
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45 cal.jukar rifle parts


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I have being looking all over the net and can`t find out where I can get any parts for my Jukar 45 cal. black powder rifle. I am not a gun smith for which I apoligise. But, Black powder shooting is my Passion. The part to hold the triger up when you cock it is worn down could any one tell me please where I could get it replaced or fixed. Thank You
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Old 12-10-2005, 04:06 PM
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Hey Jacko,
It maybe just as easy and cost effective to buy a used lock on Ebay. The Jukars are the same as some of the later model CVAs.( I think) If yours is the Kentucky rifle, I believe it has the same lock as the CVA Kentucky w/ the 2 piece stock. Traditions now markets this in a .50 cal w/ a one piece stock(maybe still 2 piece). Do a search on Ebay for : muzzleloader, muzzle loader,muzzleloading,muzzle loading, blackpowder, and black powder. You can check the measurements and shape,etc. before you bid. The style of lock on the Kentucks was called a "Maslin". Some are better than others internally, but look the same on the plate side. Hope this helped

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Old 12-30-2005, 08:27 AM
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Kentucky bucky: Thanks for all the info. Ihave even been to a local gun shop but the smithy wasn`t there the second time when he wanted to see it. You sure have helped. Happy New Year. Jacko
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