I don't know whether they're still around, but Sterling used to be a British arms manufacturer, based in Dagenham, Essex. Among other things, they produced the Sterling SMG and the AR-18 rifle. The actual name of the company has varied, as ownership changed hands at least once; it's been "Sterling Engineering Co. Ltd." and "Sterling Armaments Company." They may have gone under completely after the Sterling SMG was phased out of British service in 1988.I was wondering if anyone has ever heard of the company Sterling Arms? If so, where could I find more information on them?
I'd like to know what you found out . I am looking to find parts for a sterling 22 lr semi auto stainless pistol . Have found out anyway of contacting the co direct ?
It's stamped Sterling Arms on the slide of my .380. I bought it back in 81 when I got divorced. My future ex made some "veiled" threats so I went to the local sporting goods store (this was 1981 in Costa Mesa, Kalifornia) and picked up the Sterling. I didn't have any problems with it and when I first took it to the Sheriff's range on Katella in the city of Orange, Kalifornia, the rangemaster was very helpful in getting the rear sight set up. He had to "modify" his screwdriver to get the screw out but he got it done.is it sterling armament ltd.
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I was wondering if anyone has ever heard of the company Sterling Arms? If so, where could I find more information on them?
Yes You can get parts..Get in touch with Numrich Arms in West Hurley NY...They have anything you want..I have the 22 stainless, and I have bought parts...Do you have any problems firing the 22 cartridge? I have a solution to the weak spring for the firing pin...I'd like to know what you found out . I am looking to find parts for a sterling 22 lr semi auto stainless pistol . Have found out anyway of contacting the co direct ?