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Colt Revolver

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Perry8ball, Feb 5, 2013.

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  1. Perry8ball

    Perry8ball Member

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    I have a Colt 1892 .41 D.A. Serial 182114. Can anybody give me a site that has info and gun parts breakdown?? Perry8ball@neo.rr.com Thanks
     
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    I am not sure what you need, but those guns are not easy to work on or to get parts for. No parts breakdown I have seen comes anywhere near describing the inter-relationships of the parts of that gun. It is not as bad as the Model 1877, but it sure is not simple.

    Jim
     
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    A DYI fix-it yourself project will certainly not end well.
    Even if you can find old worn parts that were fitted to another gun over 100 years ago.

    I can assure you of that!!

    And I don't care who ya are, or how much gunsmithing experience you might have had with modern guns..

    rc
     
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    I have ordered parts from "Coltparts.com", good dealings. As it happens the parts were for a late model New Army, but they were fitted by a competent gun smith with experience in Colt revolvers, yes he is old, almost as old as I am.
    Call Jack First in Rapid City, S.D.
     
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