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Old 12-12-2011, 01:21 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a schematic or part diagram of the Sterling Arms .22 LR, I took it apart as it was malfunctioning when fired. I have a spring that I am not sure where came from.



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Old 12-12-2011, 04:40 AM   #2
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Does anyone have a schematic or part diagram of the Sterling Arms .22 LR, I took it apart as it was malfunctioning when fired. I have a spring that I am not sure where came from.
How big of a spring? Also go over to the intro section and tells about yourself.

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Does anyone have a schematic or part diagram of the Sterling Arms .22 LR, I took it apart as it was malfunctioning when fired. I have a spring that I am not sure where came from.
Google is your friend
Theres one at Numrich for a .25
Most likely the same "gun"
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Sterling made several different .22s.
One was a pocket model based on the Italian galesi/Rigarmi. The others were field/target guns based on the older High Standard designs.

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