Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Darth-Vang, May 7, 2021.
I don't know the answer to your original question but if it's a cheap enough part it might be worth trying knowing that if it is not a perfect match it can probably be hand fitted with a file and a little research.
The metal on these are usually soft so even if it's too short it can easily be stretched by hammering the smooth back part of a hardened drill bit laying across the middle of the hand which would be flat on a hard surface. It will crease the middle but the length of the hand will increase. The rest can be done with a file and a bit of corrective hammering if needed. Keep clear of the spring.
The hand on Remingtons have a hole rather than a post (I am not sure about the pocket model) like the Colt's
If the hole is too small it can be widened if it's too big that might be a problem.
There is also the possibility that it might be practical at all.
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