RE Davis Locks

We carry many of the fine locks made by the R.E. Davis Lock Company. If you do not see a lock that you want, please call us and we might have it in stock.

If you have any question at all about what size flints we have for your lock, please give us a call.

We are happy to fill your order via telephone. We will tell you upfront if your parts are on hand, your total and when you can expect your package. Please be aware we are a family mail order business and we do not maintain a conventional store that you can visit.
Phone 434-993-3557

RE Davis Locks


The Colonial American Flintlock

#1122 (2-Screw)
$140.00

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“Trade Gun” Flintlock

Right Hand Only #0045
$140.00

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“1803 Harpers Ferry” Flintlock

Right Hand Only #1018
$140.00

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“French Fusil” Flintlock

Right Hand Only #0046
$140.00

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This is a great early Germanic “export lock.” The plate is not too fancy. But, with some file work one can easily put the traditional slashes on the tail of the plate or with some decorative filing, molding, and engraving one could make a fine Jaeger flintlock.

This “round faced” lock is similar to English export locks that were used on 1790-1840 era trade guns. This is a fairly large, high quality flintlock. The camming action of the tumbler results in the production of good sparks and a vary fast ignition. Right hand only. Larry Zornes of The Mold and Gun Shop has recreated the visible parts of this lock to be more like the original 1803 lock. Like its predecessor, this lock throws a shower of sparks in the pan for reliable ignition, and makes an ideal lock for a reproduction Harpers Ferry or hunting gun. Right hand only. The dimensions of this lock are nearly identical to original French trade gun locks. Many Germanic locks exported to America in the mid-18th century are similar. It is appropriate for French trade guns and 1750-1775 period American longrifles and fowlers. The plate is flat. There is no bridle on the pan. The internal parts are identical to Davis’ Early Germanic Flintlock. Right hand only.
Dimensions: 5 13/16”x 1”
Flint Size: 7/8″ x 1″
Dimensions: 6 3/16″ x 1 1/8″
Flint Size: 1″ x 1 1/8″
Dimensions: 5 3/8″ x 1 1/16″
Flint Size: 3/4″ x 7/8″
Dimensions: 5 9/16″ x 1 1/8″
Flint Size: 7/8″ x 1″

Additional RE Davis Locks


Early Germanic Flintlock

Right Hand Only #0040
$140.00

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Twigg Flintlock

Right Hand Only #0201
$140.00

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Late English Flintlock

Right Hand Only #0269
$140.00

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Late English Percussion

Right Hand Only #0270
$90.00

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Locks of this general style were imported from Germany and the Low countries during the 18th century. This lock is intended primarily for 1760-1775 era American longrifles and fowlers, or jaeger style rifles. This is a high quality lock with a fly in the tumbler. With its powerful mainspring, it throws a good shower of sparks for a fast ignition. This lock can be easily refiled to even more closely approximate originals. Right hand only.
Styled after the work of English gunsmith John Twigg, this lock is ideal for late 18th century English style weapons. High quality locks of this type were also sometimes used on American longrifles and fowlers of the 1780-1810 era. It features such anti-friction devices as a stirrup between the mainspring and tumbler, a roller bearing on the frizzen, and bearing surfaces on the tumbler and sear, all of which contribute to the best ignition speed possible. The inside of the lock plate has been ground to a flat finish, while exterior parts have a fine sandblasted finish to make browning easier. Right hand only.
This lock is similar to many of the high grade flintlocks imported from England in the 1815-1835 era. It features a waterproof style pan, rollered frizzen spring, and a stirrup linked tumbler and mainspring. This lock would be an ideal choice for any early 19th century rifle or fowler. The tooling for this fine lock was crafted by Master mold maker Larry Zornes. Right hand only. This lock is the percussion version of Davis’ popular Late English Flintlock, and is completely interchangeable with it. Right hand only.
Dimensions: 5 9/16″ x 1 1/8″
Flint Size: 7/8″ x 1″
Dimensions: 5 5/8″ x 1 1/16″
Flint Size: 1″ x 1 1/8″
Dimensions: 4 7/8″ x 1″
Flint Size: 3/4″ x 7/8″
Dimensions: 4 7/8″ x 1″
Flint Size: 1 1/8″ x 1 1/4″

The Becky’s Locks


“Becky” Pistol Flintlock

Right Hand Only #0043
$140.00

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“Becky” Pistol Round Face

Right Hand Only #0053
$140.00

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“Becky” Pistol Percussion

Right Hand Only #0044
$90.00

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This pistol sized lock was designed by Pete Allan, and is sometimes referred to as the “Becky Lock.” It resembles American made locks of the 1750-1775 era. The tumbler action is similar to the English style fast cam system (the force of the hammer increases as the hammer falls), resulting in a very rapid ignition. Also an excellent lock for boys or ladies rifles. Right hand only. Identical in size and interchangeable with the standard “Becky Lock”, the latest version now comes round faced, like many English, American and Continental locks of the 1750-1775 era. Ideal for pistols and smaller rifles. Right hand only. This lock is almost identical in size to the pistol flintlock, but not completely interchangeable with it. Right hand only.
Dimensions: 4 3/16″ x 13/16″
Flint Size: 1/2″ x 5/8″
Dimensions: 4 3/16″ x 13/16″
Flint Size: 1/2″ x 5/8″
Dimensions: 4 3/16″ x 13/16″
Drum Cutout: 1/2 inch

The Jaeger Locks


Jaeger Flintlock

Right Hand Only #0017 A
$140.00

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Jaeger Flintlock

Right Hand Only #0017 B
$140.00

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Jaeger Percussion

Right Hand Only #0017 C
$120.00

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Note and specify cock style.
The original design of this lock was done by Jack Haugh. It is most appropriate for Germanic “jaeger” rifles or Mid-18th century American longrifles This lock can be refiled to more closely approximate originals. Right hand only.
Note and specify cock style.
The original design of this lock was done by Jack Haugh. It is most appropriate for Germanic “jaeger” rifles or Mid-18th century American longrifles This lock can be refiled to more closely approximate originals. Right hand only.
This is the percussion model.
The original design of this lock was done by Jack Haugh. It is most appropriate for Germanic “jaeger” rifles or Mid-18th century American longrifles This lock can be refiled to more closely approximate originals. Right hand only.
Dimensions: 6″ x 1″
Flint Size: 7/8″ x 1″
Dimensions: 6″ x 1″
Flint Size: 7/8″ x 1″
Dimensions: 6″ x 1″
Drum Cutout: 1/2 inch

RE Davis Percussion Locks


Standard Goulcher Lock

Right Hand Only #0221
$90.00

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Goulcher Lock Without Notch

Right Hand Only #0303
$90.00

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Goulcher Lock
with Snail Drum Notch

Right Hand Only #0265
$90.00

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Hawken Percussion Lock

Right Hand Only #0211
$90.00
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Standard Goulcher Lock. An exact reproduction, this Standard Goulcher Lock has a notch cut in the plate for a percussion drum. Goulcher Lock Without Notch. This lock is identical to our Standard Goulcher Lock, except it does not have the drum notch cut. Goulcher Lock W/ Snail Drum Notch. This lock has a snail drum notch cut in the plate and larger hammer than the other Goulcher locks. This Hawken lock is a reproduction of an original. The tooling was done by Ron Long. These locks have been in widespread use for many years, and have proven their dependability. They are intended to be used with hooked breeches, but can be used with a drum, by milling or filing a 1/2″ cutout to accept it.
Dimensions: 4 3/4″ x 15/16″
Drum Cutout: 1/2 inch
Dimensions: 4 3/4″ x 15/16″ Dimensions: 4 3/4″ x 15/16″
Drum Cutout: For Snail Drum
Dimensions: 4 7/8″ x 1″