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Looking for a part for a revolver ?

Postby ajax727 » Mon May 08, 2017 9:37 am

I have been looking for a part for a revolver it is a H&R " sidekick'' mod. 732 in 32 cal. . I have looked on line at several suppliers but they were sold out . The part needed is the pivot screw that hold the arm on the swing out cylinder . I had cleaned a few handguns and was out shooting them a week or so ago . I was walking my back line and killing a few plastic bottles hanging here and there . I sat down to clean them back up and found that the screw had fallen out . New or used i need this part or that nice little revolver is just a paper weight .
Taken my BL to the VA today an i am going to check a few gun/ pawn shops to see if by chance they have one or can order one for me .

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Re: Looking for a part for a revolver ?

Postby handyman777 » Mon May 08, 2017 11:39 am

If you don't have any luck, you can always try a gun show in your area.

I've found some parts that were hard to find at them.

If you can get a blue print of the gun, you might be able to find that screws by other means (hardware ????) or make it yourself, just a thought.
Good Luck.
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Re: Looking for a part for a revolver ?

Postby Yeti_2015 » Mon May 08, 2017 4:36 pm

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Re: Looking for a part for a revolver ?

Postby ajax727 » Fri May 12, 2017 7:13 am

Thanks for the links . I found the pivot screw needed to repair that old sidekick it is fixed and working fine . I am going to order a few parts for that sidekick so when needed i can rebuild it from the barrel to the grips .
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Re: Looking for a part for a revolver ?

Postby MADE IN AMERICA » Fri May 12, 2017 8:42 am

You can always use it for a trotline sinker as it falls apart.
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Re: Looking for a part for a revolver ?

Postby ajax727 » Sat May 13, 2017 9:40 am

MIA, sorry but such a fine hand gun is not to be used for a trot line sinker .
I keep all my tools clean and ready to be used if needed . I am also able to pick anyone of them and cut centers out of a target be it a revolver , auto , or a single shot .
You made a reference to a great hand gunner in a post , there has only been one person that used that person as a reference to me and i take that as a complement . How is the weather in FL , you still dressing in BDU's , with that steel pot on your head . :D
OR AM I WRONG?
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Re: Looking for a part for a revolver ?

Postby BK in KC » Sat May 13, 2017 7:26 pm

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Re: Looking for a part for a revolver ?

Postby MADE IN AMERICA » Fri May 19, 2017 11:21 am

ajax727 wrote:MIA, sorry but such a fine hand gun is not to be used for a trot line sinker .
I keep all my tools clean and ready to be used if needed . I am also able to pick anyone of them and cut centers out of a target be it a revolver , auto , or a single shot .
You made a reference to a great hand gunner in a post , there has only been one person that used that person as a reference to me and i take that as a complement . How is the weather in FL , you still dressing in BDU's , with that steel pot on your head . :D
OR AM I WRONG?

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