Finding parts for old firearms

bolus

Messages
5,161
Reactions
16,037
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.

<broken link removed>
Found the internal extractor here.

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

http://www.gunpartscorp.com/

https://www.buymilsurp.com/

<broken link removed>
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
 
OP
bolus

bolus

Messages
5,161
Reactions
16,037
Have you seen THIS site ? I think it's pretty good.. http://sailorcurt.com/2008/04/cz-82-gunsmithing-part-1.html/
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
 
Last edited:
OP
bolus

bolus

Messages
5,161
Reactions
16,037
I used <broken link removed> 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. :)
 
OP
bolus

bolus

Messages
5,161
Reactions
16,037
I used <broken link removed> 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. :)
I got the leaf for the sight but not the base. But it was a correct part!
 
Messages
121
Reactions
68
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.
 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Arms Collectors of SW Washington Gun Show
Battleground Community Center
912 E Main St, Battle Ground, WA 98604, USA
Rimfire Challenge Dec 12th @ DRRC
Douglas Ridge Rifle Club
27787 OR-224, Eagle Creek, OR 97022, USA
Albany Rifle & Pistol Club (ARPC) Gun Show
Linn County Expo Center
3700 Knox Butte Rd E, Albany, OR 97322, USA

LATEST RESOURCE REVIEWS

  • Gator's Custom Guns
    5.00 star(s)
    Best true Gun shop ive been in for some time
    Cool stuff in stock rather than the top 10 at corporate box stores They moved to a larger place I have to go back and spend more money. I like to...
  • Adaptive Firing Solutions
    5.00 star(s)
    Adaptive Firing Solutions. A+
    5 stars does not do Adaptive Firing Solutions justice. I have done business with him multiple times and wish I could give at least 12 stars...
  • Limitless America
    5.00 star(s)
    Awesome shop
    Love this shop. Purchased a few items from them. Always have a lot of parts in stock without much markup. Purchased two cans this summer from them...
  • Gator's Custom Guns
    5.00 star(s)
    Great, old school gun shop
    The store is a treasure trove I have found magazines for H&K, Ruger and M1A's and at great prices. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly and...
    • GWS
  • HighLine Firearms
    4.00 star(s)
    great place
    nice guy, local
Top Bottom