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Old 02-12-2012, 11:32 PM   #1
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I need a Hand spring for a .32 S&W safety hammerless. Anybody got one or know where to get one?
Its part #28



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Old 02-13-2012, 10:18 AM   #2
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Sometimes the hand spring is with a new hand. As a last resort, there are articles on how to make springs. I saw one in an AGI monthly magazine.



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Brownells has a wide asortment of gun parts . give them a call. 1-800-741-0015.

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If it is an obsoleet gun then " Numerich Gun Parts" is a good source for used gun parts.
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To bad you don't live a little closer as I'm sure I have one or could make one in a few minutes. But if you lived closer we'd just be fighting over the gun deals(like I'm sure you got on this lemon squeezer).

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Its another "found" gun like my Winchester, just missing a spring (or two)...
I been looking for this spring forever... I ended up modifying the scissor spring for a swiss army knife, and it seems to function now...

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it's Jack First

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you can try this guy scroll down to the bottom for part #
http://www.oldwestgunsmith.com/gunparts/32nd.htm
it's listed as "POR"

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Jack First is correct. Knew an automotive business named Ask Frank First. Brain fart



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