Cleaning From The Breech

Black Diamond Breech Plug

When you are finished shooting for the day or for the season and plan to store the in-line muzzleloader away, it is recommended that you clean the firearm thoroughly. This includes removal of the breech plug and cleaning the corresponding threads in the barrel. Follow these instructions for thorough cleaning 1. Disassemble your in-line muzzleloader as detailed on pages 10 and 11 of this manual. 2. When using the in-line muzzleloader breech plug wrench, remove the breech plug by turning it...

Iron Sight Adjustment For The TC InLine Muzzleloader

Some T C in-line muzzleloaders are equipped with a standard rifle rear sight Diagram A Below which is adjustable for elevation by moving the elevation blade up or down to change the point of impact. To do this, turn the Elevation adjustment Screw clockwise as viewed from the muzzle end to raise the point of impact, and counterclockwise, to lower the point of impact. To adjust the windage it is necessary to move the entire rear sight leaf left or right by using the slotted screw head on the...

Cleaning from the Muzzle

Cleaning the T C In-line muzzleloader through the muzzle does not entail removal of the breech plug unless your aim is to totally clean the rifle before storage. If you do remove the breech plug, make sure you clean the threads and lube them with an anti-seize lube like T C's Super Lube prior to re-installation. Also lubricate the threads inside the breech area of the barrel with anti-seize lubricant. If you do wish to remove the breech plug, it is a good idea to remove the barrel and receiver...