Thompson-Center is still very much in business and can supply a manual. You might need to do an internet search for their website.
$1o0-$250, depending on condition.
50- 250 usd
I Sold mine for 100 dollars
It's a 54 caliber round ball
around $135. It was made between 1950-54. and its a .22 caliber. If you have the original C02 cylinder spare tank DO NOT USE IT. Crosman had warned owners. See the link below for the Crosman 112 owners manual
They sell between $125 and 250 depending on condition caliber and extras (scopes, stocks, 209 primer conversion)
You can get one by downloading it from the website for tcarms. Click on the link below, then slect your model.
Around $110. It was made between 1950-54. its a .22 caliber. If you have the original C02 cylinder spare tank DO NOT USE IT. Crosman had warned owners. If you have the tank then you can add 30% to the collectors value. For the owners manual see the link below.
AnswerGo to www.fleet.ford.com/maintenanceThere is a diagram in the owners manual (page 125). Check outhttp://vehicleownersmanuals.blogspot.com/ to download it for free.
Bigger hole lets out more blood
$400 - $450 plus $125 for tang sight per one listed on eBay now. Outstanding rifle had one for decades.
It is a Mountain Stalker. You should contact customer service, and get an owner's manual for your rifle. A .54 caliber rifle will use ABOUT 80-90 grains of black powder per shot. The exact load will depend of whether you are shooting round patched ball, Maxi-ball, or sabots.
$1,800 I can't imagine $1,800 for a T/C muzzle loader! This is obviously not the inexpensive Renegade Model which as used brings around $125 and like new might go for $250. Is this 54 caliber percussion Hawken Model a custom shop or commemorative model? <><><> Agree- depending on condition, these sell for around $200.
The term "squirrel gun" was used with muzzle loading rifles that were smaller caliber than deer rifles. There was no one set caliber, but many were in .32 caliber, where a deer rifle would be .50, .54 or larger.
75-100 grains of powder.
50- 175 usd
Pyrodex does not MAKE a .22 caliber pellet, so no, no one sells them. .45, 50, and 54 caliber only.
100-400 or so