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Old 07-23-2012, 06:17 AM   #1
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Don't know where to post this exactly. I'm trying to bring a low s/n Mauser .32 pocket pistol back to life. I need a barrel. Does anyone know where I might find one without breaking my meager bank?
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Old 07-23-2012, 08:43 AM   #2
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How are the other parts?
If there is rust readily seen through out, you may want to reconsider.

Have you checked www.e-gunparts.com?
Other sites can be found at http://www.mausercentral.com/gunparts.htm

(By the way, how are you doing?)



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Hey, Dan! I'll be calling.
Rest of the parts are very good. There is no pitting on frame or slide, new spring kit, either very good or original black plastic grips. Even bore on old barrel looks fair, but the end post where the takedown rod secures back of barrel has been sheared or broken. Serial dates it at mid-1915, has clear military crown and other stampings and is not import marked. Worth saving, eh?
BTW, Numrich has barrel listed, but "out of stock".

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Is it possible to repair?
Bring it by. I should be available evenings and weekends.

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