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Best Source For Parts

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by JACK STEELE, Jul 14, 2008.

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  1. JACK STEELE

    JACK STEELE Member

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    I went to a gun show over the weekend and couldnt stop myself from buying a used 1860 army from a dealer. What was I thinking? anyway it needs work due to what I Figure must have been looked at and played with like a million times.So my question is were is the best place to get parts?
     
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    Thank You Tommygunn
    Looks like they will be very helpful
     
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    BTW;is there any kind of manual available for repairing bp revolvers?
     
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    even better!
     
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    Well, yes, sort of. See the sticky at the top of the forum titled "Black Powder Essentials". It contains tutorials on disassembly of the Colt and Remington designs.

    I would also suggest Percussion Pistols and Revolvers, History, Performance and Practical Use by Cumpston and Bates, available at Amazon.com (just search on cumpston).
     
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    S & S firearms for parts and whole guns
     
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