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Old 02-12-2016, 07:12 PM
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*SOLD* New 640 ss cylinder assembly (j-frame) + (10) TK 9mm moonclips *SOLD* *SOLD* New 640 ss cylinder assembly (j-frame) + (10) TK 9mm moonclips *SOLD* *SOLD* New 640 ss cylinder assembly (j-frame) + (10) TK 9mm moonclips *SOLD* *SOLD* New 640 ss cylinder assembly (j-frame) + (10) TK 9mm moonclips *SOLD* *SOLD* New 640 ss cylinder assembly (j-frame) + (10) TK 9mm moonclips *SOLD*  
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Hello Gents –

I’m offering up this as-new/new complete stainless j-frame cylinder assembly & (10) new TK Custom 9mm moonclips for sale.

I recently bought a 640-1 Pro Series and the original owner had acquired this in order to someday have it milled for 9x23 (and all the other 9mm-based calibers -- 9x19, 9x23, .38 Super, etc.). I have decided to keep my j-frames in their original configuration, so if anyone here has been itching to get ahold of an entire drop-in ready cylinder assembly they can use to convert their .38/.357 J-frame over to 9mm (and back again -- at whim), here is your chance.

All the cylinders on my personally-owned j-frames are the same length [(1) 442-1, (2) 642-1, and (1) 640-1 Pro]. Since all these parts were acquired and assembled for a .357 magnum j-frame, it incorporated the full-length ejector rod (as is on the 640). This is longer than the .38 Spec. rod on the 442/642 series, but it is an easy enough part to swap out. The cost is in the cylinder.

Again, this is a complete drop-in cylinder assembly (w/ ejector rod, spring, etc.) and (10) new 9mm moonclips. It appears factory new, save for the slightest of turn lines from inserting into a few revolvers & dry-firing to ensure compatibility

$145 shipped. (add 3% for Paypal) *SOLD*

Let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks.

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I'll take it
Excellent -- SOLD to you, Sir.
I'll send you a PM in a couple minutes so we can arrange things.
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Old 02-12-2016, 07:53 PM
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*SOLD* New 640 ss cylinder assembly (j-frame) + (10) TK 9mm moonclips *SOLD* *SOLD* New 640 ss cylinder assembly (j-frame) + (10) TK 9mm moonclips *SOLD* *SOLD* New 640 ss cylinder assembly (j-frame) + (10) TK 9mm moonclips *SOLD* *SOLD* New 640 ss cylinder assembly (j-frame) + (10) TK 9mm moonclips *SOLD* *SOLD* New 640 ss cylinder assembly (j-frame) + (10) TK 9mm moonclips *SOLD*  
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