Finding parts for old firearms

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  1. bolus

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    having to search for a internal extractor for a 1952 Hi Power led me to several sites that sell parts. Please add to this list

    http://www.jackfirstgun.com/
    No online ordering. They have a $40 catalog that is literally 1000's of pages of exploded diagrams. Great reference too.

    http://www.northridgeinc.com/store/index.cfm
    Found the internal extractor here.

    http://www.e-sarcoinc.com/pistolparts.aspx

    http://www.gunpartscorp.com/

    https://www.buymilsurp.com/

    http://www.thedealershowroom.com/page/page/1222170.htm
    in Southern Oregon. They go to the Portland gun shows and will bring up parts with them if you let them know.

    http://www.gun-parts.com/

    http://www.hoosiergunworks.com/catalog.html
     
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    I saw these guys at the Albany gun show this weekend. Disassembly guides for several firearms.

    http://www.takedownguides.com/

    I got one for the CZ82 that has much better pictures than what I found online
     
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    that is one of the guides I used to disassemble mine. The pics are just not great for the close ups of the small parts. The videos on youtube are not great either. I dont have a good video camera or I'd try to do a video with good closeups myself.

    Here is the other guide I used. I had to use both since both have slightly different approaches. When it comes to getting that seer spring back in, I had to use my own method with a custom tool I made out of some brass tubing since the traditional way did not work at all.

    http://leolani.net/relics/cz82.html
     
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    These guys also have some parts:
    http://www.wisnersinc.com/index.html
    Also, IIRC, Brownells used to carry a book by LeeRoy Wisner that had hundreds if not thousands of dimensioned parts drawings.
     
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    I have had some luck with Numrich arms
     
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    I second Numrich arms, they have a lot of new old stock.
     
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    Numrich is gunspartscorp. I have their catalogue. Gotten a lot of parts from them over the years.
     
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    Plus, free shipping if ordered online.
     
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    I used http://ssporters.com/parts/ today to order a finnish M91 rear sight.

    I believe I spoke with the worlds only sentient robot. Quite good with one word replies with a perfect monotone pitch. I have no idea if I will be getting a sight or a carburetor from a 57 chevy. But Im taking a chance that its the right one.

    Got to love people who almost seem annoyed that you want to give them money. :)
     
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    I got the leaf for the sight but not the base. But it was a correct part!
     
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    We need to somehow make this post a "sticky" and I have about 40 other places I get parts from...its an endless search..
     
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    Please do share... I have a 180 series mini 14 that's pretty hard to find parts for. And a older Marlin bolt action 22 I need trigger parts for. And a older 60's marlin 336 that could use some TLC. www.apexgunparts.com and there's also Midwest guns I think it was. Used them once. And of course there GunBroker which I'm sure everyone already knows about.
     
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