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Old 07-21-2009, 05:32 PM   #11
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Carlos from the Keys;
I just received a Sterling Arms 22 due to a death in the family. I was just looking for breakdown information when I came across this web. I would love to have a copy of what ever you have available on this automatic.
Let me know what the cost is

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My father recently has givehn me a Sterling Arms 22 cal. pistol. In order to disassemble the weapon yopu must press the button on the rear of the gun in. this will pop out a piece in the back. then you can pull the slide off. Hope this helps, but if it doesn't let me know. I'm a mechanical draftsman so I can draw you a detailed diagram on the process.

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Could you please send me the manuals to south_81@hotmail.com? It would be much appreciated, and I will owe you a favor.

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Stereling Arms. Made in Lockport and Gasport NY at different
times. Fairly solidguns, made from real metal. IIRC the 302 is
stainless?? Or is the 302 the blued model?

Field stripping. Going from a long ago memory here, but I
believe it goes like this:

Remove magazine, make sure gun is unloaded.
At the rear of the slide there is a round thingy that
is flush with the rear of the slide.
I don't remember if it has a "cocked indicator" hole in it or not.
Using something that won't mar the finish, push the round
thingy toward the muzzle.
With it pushed in, lift the rear of the slide up.
Release the tension on the round thing, carefully--it's
under tension from the striker spring.

Remove slide forward off of frame/barrel.

When you fire it, don't grip it too hard. You will flex the grip panel and
bind the transfer bar.

Sterling made a bunch of different stuff--I've got a 10" 44 mag
top break single shot pistol that's a Sterling. Model is Xcaliber.


Ive got one of those little 22s. You got to watch how you hold it to if you have big hands. The first time I shot it, it bit the web of my hand, I was like what the hell was that. When I shoot it I have to hold it kinda funny. definitly little hand peopls gun.
The break down above is right on the money
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Old 10-28-2009, 10:36 PM   #15
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I can send copies to who ever needs the diagram and parts list.I just got the gun from a friend. He has never shot the gun hard to believe but very true.STERLING ARMS CORP.LIMITED WARRANTY AND INSTRUCTION AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODEL 300-25 CAL.AND MODEL 302-22 CAL.in the box.There is a breakdown diagram of the gun its very helpfull.Send me where you want me to send it to.TANK YOU.
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you think you could send me that diagram to free_skier85@yahoo.com

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I can send copies to who ever needs the diagram and parts list.I just got the gun from a friend. He has never shot the gun hard to believe but very true.STERLING ARMS CORP.LIMITED WARRANTY AND INSTRUCTION AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODEL 300-25 CAL.AND MODEL 302-22 CAL.in the box.There is a breakdown diagram of the gun its very helpfull.Send me where you want me to send it to.TANK YOU.
Hola estimado Carlos,

Que gusto encontrar un hermano latino, espero que hables español ja ja ja...

Si no es molestia quisiera que por favor me envies la información referente a la Sterling 302 .22LR, he desarmado la mía y tengo serios problemas para rearmar el trigger bar, espero que me puedas ayudar, mi correo es tacticoperations@gmail.com

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Hola estimado Carlos,

Que gusto encontrar un hermano latino, espero que hables español ja ja ja...

Si no es molestia quisiera que por favor me envies la información referente a la Sterling 302 .22LR, he desarmado la mía y tengo serios problemas para rearmar el trigger bar, espero que me puedas ayudar, mi correo es tacticoperations@gmail.com

recibe un abrazo desde Perú
Hello dear Carlos,

Is my pleasure to find a latin brother, I hope you speak Spanish...

If you do not mind I would like you to please send me information regarding the Sterling 302 .22 LR, I disassembled mine and I have serious problems to rearm the trigger bar, I hope you can help me my email is tacticoperations@gmail.com

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Hello,
I've had this gun for over 20 years and decided to start shooting it again. However I can't find any ammo that fits. Everyone says that it uses .22LR but they won't chamber. Almost as if the barrel were too small. Ive been to my local shops and Gander MTN No one lnows what the problem is. I've cleaned it etc. And I fired the last round about 5 years ago not knowing I'd need a sample.
any suggestions?

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Carlos,
I just found this forum, and the Sterling thread.
If you are still around, I would really appreciate it if you would send me a copy of your paperwork for the Sterling 302.
I have one that my brother purchased many years ago. It sat in a drawer for years after some parts were lost, after it was torn down for cleaning.
I recently found the parts at Numrich gun parts, and have the pistol up and running again. it's really a lot of fun, and shoots surprisingly well for what it is.
It would be really nice to have the paperwork for future reference. It will probably help me out next time I have to figure out how to put it together! LOL
If you need some payment, please let me know.
Thanks a lot!!
Jim Ritchie

lorraine10@lmnetworks.net

p.s. here's a pic of my 302

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