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Norinco 1911A1 parts

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by ken grant, May 16, 2004.

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  1. ken grant

    ken grant Member

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    Anyone know where to buy them? Maybe can buy cheap spring steel extractors!!!!
     
  2. yankytrash

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    I've got 3 Norincos. They'll take USGI parts.
     
  3. 1911Tuner

    1911Tuner Moderator Emeritus

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    'Rinco Parts

    Howdy Ken,

    John Marstar up in Canada says that he can get gen-u-wine Norinco
    parts, and will ship anything into the U.S. except a complete gun or bare frame. If you can't find him on a search, let me know. I've got his E-mail
    address.

    Luck!

    Tuner
     
  4. ken grant

    ken grant Member

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    Thanks Tuner---I E-mailed John last night and he sent back that parts were no problem,just check their site.
    I sent him another asking if these were genuine Rinty parts---have no heard from him yet.
    This may be a cheap way to get spring steel extractors to replace all the cheaper ones!!!!!!
     
  5. TGC

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    Hey Ken, I have a noc too, just replaced parts as they wore out. Got most of my parts from Marstar, except I brought American when it came to the extractor and ejector. found it was cheaper to get a 12 dollar extractor from the states than in Canada. Found that those two parts are better steel. i did replace my thumb saftey with a Bromwells low mount.Oh ejector was an extra long one, and found it just drops the empty casings to the righ, and don't have to search for them.
     
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