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Does anyone have any parts for a Colt 1877 DA revolver? I'm looking for a sear and sear spring but would be interested in any spares.
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Dave...Talk to the boys at Numrich Arms/Gun Parts Corp at West Hurley, New York....Best Regards, James
 

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Dave..The only thing I have is an old telephone number....
914-679-2417....West Hurley is a small town and I'm sure you can get an operator up there....They have a ton of parts, not all listed in their catalog. Best Regards, James
 

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Here's one better.... they're on the web.

http://www.e-gunparts.com

I just found an ejector for my 1917 Enfield (sporterized into a 22-250 years ago by my dad).

Also, while the phone number above is correct, the area code is not.  It is now 845-679-2417.  

This is all from the ad on page 79 of the current issue of Rifle magazine.

Hope you find what you need.
 

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Thank you gentlemen. I greatly appreciate all the help. Now if I can just work up the courage to take another one of those darned things apart!
Dave
 

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Hi, Dave:

http://www.dixiegunworks.com/
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Bye</a>
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Hi, Dave:
  I was looking through the December 1998 Shooting Times and the Experts say you can get spring kits from:
  Larry Poppert
  Dept. ST, Box 413, No. 1 Limekiln Pike
  Glenside, PA, 19038

Bye
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Thanks Jack. Those 1877's sure are cute little guns. I'd like to fix this one and keep it.
Dave
 
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