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Belgian Copy of S&W 44 DA Top Break

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by BigDogBhuddah1983, Jul 2, 2020.

  1. BigDogBhuddah1983

    BigDogBhuddah1983 Member

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    Hello fellow gun lovers! I just purchased an antique parts gun (for $50) thinking I might be able to refurbish/restore/repair it. It's a rough Belgian Copy of a 44 DA Top Break S&W. It's missing the main spring, the ejector, and a couple other parts. Can I make or buy parts? THANKS!
     
  2. indy1919a4

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    Sounds nice...What no pictures??? :)
     
  3. Jim Watson

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    Cheap fun.
    Buy parts? I can't imagine where.
    Make parts? If you are able, you can. You got machine tools?
     
  4. Archie

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    Check with Jack First Gun Parts. They have a website under that name. They advertise 'obsolete gun parts'. Perhaps you'll find what you need.
     
  5. Johnm1

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    I'd suspect that you are going to have to make any parts you might need. It is possible that some parts from the S&W it is copied from 'might' work or might work with a little fitting to your firearm. Remember that in general you can only take material away from a part, so making another ill fitting part fit your firearm is frustrating at best. Very often the Belgian copies only superficially looked like what they were copying and shared no parts. I have not been able to find one, but have you looked at the diagram for a S&W 44 DA to see if the missing parts are even close to what is in the S&W? Numrich does have some parts for the S&W 44 DA. Unfortunately they do not provide a diagram for this model. There is/was a website run by a person who collected hundreds if not thousands of gun diagrams. When he passed the website was kept alive but became a pay site. That in and of itself wouldn't bother me, but I can't remember what the website was called. As I recall, it was his name and still is. I just can't remember his name. Maybe someone here can remember.

    Pictures would help, especially of the area where the parts are missing.
     
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