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Re: Any gun Smiths here

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12-02-2012 15:34:43

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Going to be pretty hard to make a new firing pin. It is about 8 inches long with some interesting machining work and I am sure it will need to be of a specific metal and hardened. Much easier to buy a surplus firing pin from the many Mauser parts companies. If you like, I will do a search and find you some names... I used to buy parts from a place in upstate new york 10 years or so ago, but don't know if they are still in business.
I have build 5 sporter rifles from military mausers so pretty familiar with the action. I have a 1909 Argentine mauser in 7.65 in the gun safe.

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12-02-2012 15:58:53

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 Re: Any gun Smiths here in reply to Hogleg, 12-02-2012 15:34:43  
I do have an old catalog of the Gun parts corp but not sure if they are still around so yes might be nice to find some place to get a firing pin but I alo hope to open up the bolt in the next day or so and see what is wrong for sure

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12-02-2012 19:42:09

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 Re: Any gun Smiths here in reply to old, 12-02-2012 15:58:53  
This your Mauser '91 Argentine? Numrich Arms (Gun Parts Corp) is very much still in business, 55 or so miles south of here, years ago when I got out early on a friday in nyc I would stop in on the way home, or make a special trip when working on something, knew it was in stock, they ship reasonably quick, but I see their may be some stock issue with springs, I have a rifle that needs a cartridge lifter spring, out of stock for months. Worst case I'll measure it up and see what it would be to have it made, otherwise I'll have a .22 WMR wall hanger LOL

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