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Old 12-24-2012, 10:23 PM   #1
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The firing pin I'm looking for is my cousins 1930ish Wards Western Field model 32A .22 rifle. The places they have found have been sold out. Just wondering if anybody knows of any place that might have this firing pin. Thanks for any info!!!!



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Old 12-24-2012, 10:48 PM   #2
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Go on line and go to Gun Parts Inc. (Numrich Arms) There is a good chance they will have one!

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Find A Gun Smith & have him make you one out of A welding rod, they work great & will last A long time.

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Go on line and go to Gun Parts Inc. (Numrich Arms) There is a good chance they will have one!

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He said he tried there, but were out of stock.
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The Western Field 32A appears to be the same as a Mossberg model 20 or 21. www.havlinsales.com is supposed to be the go to place for Mossberg parts. He would have to call to find out if they have that part in stock.

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The Western Field 32A appears to be the same as a Mossburg model 20 or 21. www.havlinsales is supposed to be the go to place for Mossburg parts. He would have to call to find out if they have that part in stock.
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Bob's gun Shop Royal Ark could well have what you need.
http://www.gun-parts.com/index.html/

Jack First gun parts of Rapid City, SD (his daughters work in shop and know allot) I got my Highstandard revolver parts there
http://www.jackfirstgun.com/

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String- you will have to stay after school, and write Mossberg 500 times.

Not being the spelling police, but one letter throws a computer search off. And Victor Havlin is the go-to guy for anything Mossberg.

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Ok that Mossberg company makes 22's too. lol.
Ok I'm busted. thanks for the correction. I'll work on it.

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If its just worn at the end it can be built up pretty easy...



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