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My brother inherited a replica 1860 Army .44 caliber caplock revolver on which the action is not working. It looks like a prior owner tried to jerry-rig one of the screws but the screw does not fit.

Any experts out there who could fix it, and how much would you charge?
 
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Agree. If you don’t have to machine anything, they are pretty straight forward guns upon which to to replace parts, and the Internet makes getting the info and parts pretty easy.
 
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See diagram for part. Uberti 1860 Army.

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Damn sure wish we were closer....I'd fix it for a favorite six pack.

Pictures...would be of help here...
They ain't too difficult to work on...I'd be happy to walk you through here...via the forum or a PM.
Andy
Thank you @Andy54Hawken. Maybe on my next trip up to BC! Except I would have to drop it with you... Canada hates guns.
Being walked through it sounds like a good option. Next time I get my brother over to my place with the safe key we will take it out for pics etc.
 
Thank you @Andy54Hawken. Maybe on my next trip up to BC! Except I would have to drop it with you... Canada hates guns.
Being walked through it sounds like a good option. Next time I get my brother over to my place with the safe key we will take it out for pics etc.
Dropping it off on the way to BC would work.... :D
If we have the parts...it could be done fast enough that you pick it up on your return.

When you get a chance shoot me some pics...and we can go from there.....
Andy
 

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