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WTB worn out/damaged gun parts

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by villadrive, Jul 23, 2006.

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  1. villadrive

    villadrive Member

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    Hi Fellow Shooters,

    I want to buy your old, worn out or damaged parts. Why? Because I am learning to be a gunsmith and need LOTS of practice on gun parts so I don't destroy working firearms. I don't care if the parts are rusty, broken, worn or damaged since I will not be using them in any firearms. If they have been sitting around your gun shop or workbench and you just can't bear to throw them out , help a fellow shooter and sell them to me.

    Basically, I will be milling, drilling, cleaning, blueing, polishing, gringin, filing and performing other various acts on the parts. PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, and MORE practice!!!

    I can pay a buck a pound for parts. BUT - I am not looking for a box full of screws.

    I am looking for worn out or damaged parts of any types of guns. They can be old, obsolete, etc.

    barrels (any kinds – rifle, pistol, shotgun), bolt action parts/pieces, bolt handles & bolt sleeves, breech bolt, chokes, extractors, firing pins, frames, front sights, grips, gunstocks, hammers, hammers, levers, lowers, magazines, mainspring housings, mainspring plungers, optics, rear sights, receivers, receivers, recoil buffers, recoil pads, recoil pads, release latches, release levers, revolver cylinders, rifle actions, rifle/shotgun barrels, scopes, sear pins, sear plungers, sears, sights, slide stop, slide stops, slides, springs, stocks, trigger guard assemblies/pieces, trigger plates, triggers, uppers, and any other parts you have that would normally get thrown out.

    Please email me at;
    th^^esho^^oter^^ @ gm^^ail . com (remove the spaces and the ^^)

    Your help is very much appreciated!
     
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