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i need an easy to use gun parts website

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by cajun47, Jun 30, 2010.

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  1. cajun47

    cajun47 member

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    that won't rob me
     
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    Numrich, aka gun-parts corp.

    It isn't robbery if you voluntarily give them your money
     
  3. wally

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    Among your limited options for out of business makers, Numrich is one of the better ones.

    IF they are still in business, calling the manufacturer would be the place to start. For Military guns Sarco and Northridge are usually reasonable.

    --wally.
     
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    Brownells has schematics that you can look at to identify and order parts.
     
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    I like Midway USA.
     
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    Jack First is a good source but you would have to handle a print catalog or at least a telephone, because they don't post their huge catalog on the www.
    http://www.jackfirstgun.com/order.php

    There are some others but they are specialized and since you are keeping what you want a secret, I don't know where to send you.
     
  8. cajun47

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    o, just gun parts in general. i need some mag springs for my mosberg 500s, a guide rod spring for a beretta 9mm for my brother in law, and an ak part for my brother, not even sure what part he wants, a pin or whatnot. i was thinking of buying mag springs for my glock and ak if they are cheap enough.
     
  9. Jim Watson

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    Brownells is a good start for most of that stuff.
    www.brownells.com
    Pay them the $5 for a print catalog, their www is hard to get around on.

    Wolff makes most replacement springs.
    www.gunsprings.com

    Not much of it is cheap. A lot of what they sell are pretty ordinary machine pins, screws, springs, and tools. What they provide for the money is the sizes used in guns.
     
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    I'd call Brownells if the new site is hard to use. THeir techs are extremely knowledgeable and will have the part to you in no time.

    I wanted 2 sets of HK styled diopter back up sights for my ARs. I couldn't find them on the site as I couldn't remember the name of the sight or the manufacturer. I called and said exactly what I said above, and the tech replied--"Oh, sure, you mean the 360 battle sight". I was 15 minutes away on Highway 63, swung in, paid 'em off, and walked out with 2 back up sights just like that. The sights were waiting for me at receptions, and the secretary called me by name when I walked in.

    Great company, great service.
     
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