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Remington 1858

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by r.flaherty, Mar 22, 2010.

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  1. r.flaherty

    r.flaherty Member

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    First post. Hope this is in the right area. I have a Remington 1858 Revolver. Looking for parts. Anyone knowledgeable on where to get parts? Thanks. Ron.
     
  2. kwhi43@kc.rr.com

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    DeerCreek Products Waldron Indiana Good people Friends of mine
     
  3. scrat

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    Dixie gun works and vti gun parts. Welcome to thr
     
  4. arcticap

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    Winchester Sutler is a parts dealer for Euroarms revolvers.

    http://winchestersutler.com/

    Which brand of Remington revolver do you have?
     
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    welcome to THR ron, vti has done OK by me and I've heard nothing but good about Dixie.
     
  6. andrewstorm

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    1858 parts

    cabelas has a parts kit with all your parts hammer spring,ect 40 bucks,spare cylinder, go to www.cabelas. com:cool:
     
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    VTI Replica for Pietta or Uberti.
     
  8. r.flaherty

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    Thanks to everyone for all the help and information. Ron
     
  9. twins1

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    you could try TAYLORS also.
     
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