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Sauer & Son H38 Extractor

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by yankytrash, Mar 22, 2003.

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  1. yankytrash

    yankytrash Member

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    This is just an FYI for the search database:

    An extractor for a WWII Sauer & Son H38 32cal (7.65) is the same extractor as the one for the Walther PP and PPK 32 autos. Make sure it's the 32, not the 9mm.

    You wouldn't believe how long it took me to find that out, all the time having a broken pistol in the safe (about a year!!). The guy at the show said "there's no way it'll work, I know these pistols and it won't work", and I just took it and told him I'd make it fit out of spite.

    Dropped right in, no fitting required.;)

    Got my 32 back, I'm a happy camper. :D :D
     
  2. W.Va.Glassman

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    Another hint,if you need a trigger spring one from a 1960-61 Plymouth Valiant turn signal switch will work.I installed mine in 1970,an still shooting.
     
  3. yankytrash

    yankytrash Member

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    Are you serious???! Damn if that ain't the best one I've heard yet.. :D

    It's funny you mention that, because when I found the pistol, it did have a broken trigger spring. Luckily, I fell bass-ackards into a dealer that happened to have a drawer-full of'm.

    Hmmm, next time I'm by there, I might check if there's a bunch of stripped-down Valiants out back...:scrutiny: :D
     
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