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Uberti BP Colt....44 (Stoeger)

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Brent J, Apr 25, 2013.

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  1. Brent J

    Brent J Member

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    I recently purchased a pistol from a dealer. I was informed that there was NO paperwork with the gun. Therefore, I have no parts list, exploded diagram or any instructions.
    Would any one here know of a way or place I can acquire the necessary papers?
    I have written the importer two times with no response.
    Thank you for any assistance.
     
  2. Don McDowell

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    You might contact Uberti USA direct and see if they can provide you an owners manual. The Uberti is a real close colt clone so an exploded drawing like you might find in a Numrich catalog for any army colt would be fine.
     
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    The book

    Gunsmithing guns of the old west

    by David R Chicoine

    will help with most of what your asking

    I have no idea what papers you would need? Im kinda amused that you want to ask for papers.

    when i purchased my new pietta from cabellas the paperwork it did come with
    was very generic and generally not worth much.and the same goes for any
    other replica purchase i have ever made.
     
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    Howdy

    Rugers come with a terrific owner's manual that will tell you everything you need to know about the gun.

    Most Italian imports are pretty lacking in any kind of paperwork. Just the way it is, I doubt if writing to Uberti will accomplish anything.

    One very good place for exploded drawings, parts lists, and spare parts is VTI Replica Gunparts. Just work through the menus and you will probably find everything you need to know.

    http://www.vtigunparts.com/

    I agree if you need instructions on how to fix it, Dave Chicoine's book Gunsmithing guns of the old West is a good choice. You can find it on Amazon.

    If you want the best book on the market about repairing and keeping a SAA running, this is it. Much of the information in this book applies to the replicas too.

    http://www.gunbooks.com/colt_sa.html
     
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