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Old 05-02-2010, 11:13 PM   #1
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I have a black powder revolver that I believe is a an Uberti Navy Model 1851 .36 cal. It has a busted spring that lifts the cyclinder lock. I have no idea where to find parts for these pistols. If anyway has a source I would love to hear about it. Thanks in advance!!!


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Old 05-03-2010, 01:50 PM   #2
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I THINK the part you seek is called the Bolt Spring. gunpartscorp.com has an exploded diagram of the Uberti Navy, which shows the spring, but they do not list one. Neither does Dixie Gun Works. Brownells lists the bolt, but not the spring.

So you have a couple of options- first, email all 3 above, and ASK if they have a spring. Sometimes they do not list ALL the parts they have (small quantities) And consider that a Colt spring will possibly be a fit. Second, find a gunsmith. Making small springs is a common task for a true smith. Third, get some spring stock, file, and do some reading on tempering springs.


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Here you go, number 19 is the part you want. The diagram is a Richard's conversion but the internal parts will fit.
VTIGunparts.com Shopping Cart Order - Uberti Richards-Navy
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Here you go, number 19 is the part you want. The diagram is a Richard's conversion but the internal parts will fit.
VTIGunparts.com Shopping Cart Order - Uberti Richards-Navy
Thanxs guys I orderd the bolt spring today!!!!
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Installed the bolt spring and it shoots like a champ now. Thank you for the suggestions!!!
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Installed the bolt spring and it shoots like a champ now. Thank you for the suggestions!!!
*bow head* This site rocks just because of that, no?
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lukeisme; Dixie Gun Works is a supplier of parts for black powder revolvers also. Glad you've got it going again.
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Dixi gun works has all the parts you need I have gotten mine from them and they have decent prices I have four Uberti cap and Ball revolvers from 36 cal to 44 cal.


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