1807-35 Jagerstutzen with Console Lock (799)

In 1835, the Austrians developed their own percussion system called a Console system using a tube type primer which was laid flat in the pan and crushed by the cock hitting the pan cover (anvil) firing it directly into the barrel. These Console locks can still be fired today by taking one flange off a top hap musket cap and putting it in the pan facing the touch hole. Many of the 1807’s were converted to this system. All of the other parts are the same as the 1807 Austrian Jagerstutzen (781).

799 Set of Lock Castings   $175.00  
799 AS Assembled Lock  $395.00  
799 LP •Lock Plate $24.95  
799 H •Hammer $34.95  
799 A •Anvil $18.95  
799 APC •Anvil Pan Cover $24.95  
799 APCS •Anvil Pan Cover Spring $23.95  
799 T •Tumbler $18.95  
799 B •Bridle $18.95  
799 S •Sear $18.95  
799 SS •Sear Spring $19.95  
799 MS •Main Spring $23.95  
799 FG •Flash Guard $18.95  
799 LSS Lock Screw Set $24.95  

Included in a Set of Lock Castings.