22 revolver model 18 any parts out there just layin around
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Old 11-16-2013, 05:36 AM   #1
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Default 22 revolver model 18 any parts out there just layin around

And I have a 38 special model 36
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Old 11-17-2013, 11:47 AM   #2
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Okay????
I have a 66, and 15, and 12.

Opposite of what I've done, could you be more specific?
What brand of model 18, what parts are you looking for?
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I will assume that you mean a smith model 18 .22 or basically a 4" model 17. I also have an 18, wonderfully accurate and a joy to shoot. That being said, not many extra parts just sitting out there for any vintage smiths. The good thing is that most parts are interchangeable with other k frames of similar vintage.
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Call Jack First in AZ if you can't find parts at Numrich.
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Cylinder and Slide, has all the parts for S&W "K" frames.
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Jack Worst um... I mean Jack First is in Rapid City, SD (I used to work right across the street from him). He does have a ton of parts from lots of different firearms and doesn't have an online catalog but you can buy one for $40 or maybe they can help you on the phone.
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Jack Worst um... I mean Jack First is in Rapid City, SD (I used to work right across the street from him). He does have a ton of parts from lots of different firearms and doesn't have an online catalog but you can buy one for $40 or maybe they can help you on the phone.
His inventory moves so fast I wouldn't buy a catalog. They will take your orders on the phone. I got some very nice grips for my new model blackhawk from Jack First. The grips are for an XR3 frame. Others said they wouldn't fit my new model blackhawk. I used an emery board to fit the grips in about 10 minutes.
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