Jim Chambers Locks

Jim Chambers Locks

Chambers
Golden Age
Percussion Lock
Item # L-4
/  Price $95.00

Chambers
Golden Age Flintlock
Item # L-3 /
Price $145.00

Chambers
Early English Flintlock
Item # L-12
/ Price $145.00

Chambers
Colonial Virginia Flintlock
Item # L-14
/  Price $145.00


This lock is interchangeable with the Golden Age Flintlock.
This lock is interchangeable with Golden Age Percussion lock. This lock is interchangeable
with the Colonial Virginia Lock,
but has the added features of a
relief border around plate and cock, and a raised water proof pan.
This lock is interchangeable
with the Early English Flintlock.
It is lacking a relief border and does not have a raised water proof pan.
Dim. 5 9/16″ X 15/16″
Drum Size 12″
Dim. 5 9/16″ X 15/16″
Flint Size 7/8″ X 3/4″
Dim. 6″ X 1″
Flint Size 1″ X 7/8″
Dim. 6″ X 1″
Flint Size 1″ X 7/8″

Jim Chambers Locks

Chambers
Queen Anne Flintlock
Item #L-13 / Price: $145.00

Chambers
Early Germanic Flintlock
Item # L-5 / Price $145.00

Chambers
Early Ketland Flintlock
Item # L-15 / Price $145.00

SPECIFY WITH OR
WITHOUT PAN BRIDLE

Chambers
Late Ketland Flintlock

Item # L-16
/ Price $145.00

The Queen Anne Lock is the same as the Colonial Virginia and the Early English lock only it has been reduced in size for use on pistols and small rifles or fowlers.  One would find locks of this type on pistols made between 1740 and 1780 both in the colonies and in England. This lock fits the transitional period niche with its Jaeger-like features. Anyone considering making a Jaeger or a transitional period rifle or fowler of the 1750-1770 period would find this lock ideal. The early Ketland is a typical “export quality” lock.
It is suitable for rifles, fowlers and trade guns produced during the second half of the 18th century.
This lock uses the same internal parts as the Colonial Virginia and Early English locks, and has the same earn-type action and a sear that returns to the same position at rest, half-cock and full cock. This lock is available with or without a pan bridle.
By the early 1800′s, this import lock style could be found anywhere in the USA. This lock uses a roller on the frizzen spring and uses the same internals of the large Siler lock. This lock is fast, reliable and easy on flints.
Dim. 5 9/16″ X 15/16″
Drum Size 12″
Dim. 5 9/16″ X 15/16″
Flint Size 7/8″ X 3/4″
Dim. 6″ X 1″
Flint Size 1″ X 7/8″
Dim. 6″ X 1″
Flint Size 1″ X 7/8″

Jim Chambers Locks


Chambers Right Hand
Mountain Style Percussion
Item #L-6 / Price $95.00


Chambers Left Hand
Mountain Style Percussion
Item #L-7 / Price $95.00


Chambers
Dale Johnson Flintlock

Item # L-19
/ Price $145.00

During the percussion lock era, locks of this type were widely available and were used in a variety of rifles. Mountain, Southern, Plains, Trade, Ohio, and Indian Rifles would all have been made with this lock. In fact, almost any rifle dating from the late 1830′s through the end of the nineteenth century could have been made with this style of lock. During the percussion lock era, locks of this type were widely available and were used in a variety of rifles. Mountain, Southern, Plains, Trade, Ohio, and Indian Rifles would all have been made with this lock. In fact, almost any rifle dating from the late 1830′s through the end of the nineteenth century could have been made with this style of lock. This Golden Age styled flintlock is called the “Dale Johnson” lock. This Germanic lock is about the same size as a large Siler and has a 1/8 inch drop in the tail with a curved transitional type line. This lock follows the curved line of the rifle’s wrist.
Dim. 4-3/4″ x 15/16″Drum Size: 1/2″ Dim. 4-3/4″ x 15/16″Drum Size: 1/2″ Dim. 5 ¼” x 1″Flint Size: 7/8″ x ¾”