1. old semperfi

    old semperfi Active Member

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    i live in southern indiana,old country boy at hear
    first of all i want to give praise to tc/s&w i needed a rear sight spring for my hawken and a clean out screw.they sent me both at no charge at all.i do have a how ever,the clean out screw i was sent is about one millimeter long-not anywhere near as long as the one in the gun.i called tc and was told that it was the only one in the parts fish.i know this is a very old renegade,possibly one of the first ones,anybody know who i might be able to find the correct part. old semperfi
  2. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    have u tried numrich?
  3. dustydog

    dustydog New Member

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    Been so long since I worked on a TC,can't remember,but belive the cleanout is 10-32 thread.Go get a piece of threaded unplated rod(around $2 a foot).cut a bit off,slot with a fine file or saw blade,there you go.
  4. old semperfi

    old semperfi Active Member

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    duh,i dont know why i didnt think of that,thanks,dog old semperfi
  5. dustydog

    dustydog New Member

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    No prob!We all are pretty near the "brain f**t" age!
  6. cowboys1062

    cowboys1062 New Member

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    I had buggered the head on the clean out screw on one of my TC Hawkens and was unable to remove the screw at all. I called TC/SW and explained the problem. I was told that a shipping label would be in the mail and was told to send my barrel in to them. I sent the barrel to them and they got the buggered cleanout screw out and a new cleanout screw in. The barrel was sent back to me with no problems. TC has always been great on their lifetime warranty with me as I have several TC Hawkens. Also had a problem with one of my percussion locks, and they replaced the lock with no questions asked. As for a little advice: I use Choke Tube Lube on the threads of my nipples and cleanout screws on all of my blackpowder guns.Keeps them from seizing up!
  7. Grizzley1

    Grizzley1 Well-Known Member

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    You can also use an allen head set screw the right thread pitch, they won't strip near as easy as a slotted head screw.
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