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Old 03-13-2013, 05:20 PM   #1
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[B]Hi guys! I just signed up for this forum but have used YOUR valuable information as a non-member before. If I have listed this in the wrong place, I apologize in advance OR if I ever post anything inappropriate or the wrong place, it will be through ignorance. The reason for the "Dead Horse" title & worrying if this is the correct place for this is because the information I need has been thoroughly discussed in an older thread (around '09) & it seemed to be offending some people by it being brought up again. I just purchased a Sterling Arms .25 semi auto & was looking for info & you guys had more & better info than anywhere else I could find. I think this is a model 300 & there is a .22 that I think to be model 302. Anyway I have the .25 & back in 2009, there were 2 or 3 guys who had original information on this gun & at that time offered to share by way of email. If any of those guys are still around or anyone else has info on this gun, I'd really appreciate it. One member had original INSTRUCTIONS & SAFETY sheets complete with breakdown diagram. I would be MORE than happy to pay you for this info.

Since I'm a new member, it may take me a while to figure out how things work, so I'll leave my personal email address at bottom if anyone can help me. Thanks in advance for any help & you guys have a GREAT forum here.

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http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Manufacturers/SterlingArms-33511/Semi-AutoPistols-42179/300-40552.htm
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Copy of the manual for a Sterling 302. Should be close to the 300. http://stevespages.com/pdf/sterling_302.pdf

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Thanks gentlemen, that's exactly what I was looking for! Also wanted to know if the 300 & 302 were built basically the same & got that answer too. Truly appreciate the help!!

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