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Old 09-04-2013, 09:59 PM   #1
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I'm getting light strikes on my Turkish Mauser. I have been looking around and I need a new firing pin spring. So what is the firing pin spring I need? I have been told to get the Wolff one.


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Old 09-04-2013, 10:01 PM   #2
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Check Numrich?


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I'm not sure what model the bolt is though. All that I know is the receiver is made before 1899 and that it is a K.Kale.
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I'm just guessing here. Hopefully someone else is better with mausers.
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Manufacturers/Mauser-33384/Rifles-37349/1893TurkishRifle-39128.htm
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I don't know if the serial number would help at all.
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Pics may be of help to the next in line. Shouldn't need serial number, I hope. Lol
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All Turk Mausers were reworked in (I believe) 1936. Need pics to determine the exact model. I would first disassemble the bolt and clean THOROUGHLY. Built up grime from over 50 years can interfere with the proper operation of the striker/firing pin. WD-40, cosmoline, powder residue, etc are fairly easily removed, but the bolt must be disassembled first.
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I really don't much about it really. Not a Mauser expert.

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