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Old 04-17-2017, 11:20 PM
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I have old S&W Single Action Second model. However, somebody altered the extractor and the it is not functioning as it should. Nice revolver but a ******* disabled it even to show how it works without shot it.
Any idea where I can order the extractor to fix old buggy, who deserved better condition.
Thanks a lot
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Old 04-18-2017, 07:01 AM
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Welcome to the forum.

Good sources you probably use already are E-bay and Gunbroker. Set up a search for "smith wesson parts". Some listings are kits of used parts that are usually from guns destroyed by law enforcement with some to all of the parts except the frame included in the kits. You can generally win the entire parts kit for the price of the part that you want if you had bought it new.

Post an adv on this forum under the classified section.

GUN GARAGE on Ebay (for screws)
http://stores.ebay.com/Gun-Garage

George Dye (at David Carroll's) for old Smith parts, sight blades, etc.

Brownells: Gunsmithing supplies, equipment, gun parts, technical advice.
Mail Address: 200 South Front Street, Montezuma, IA 50171
Phone: 800-741-0015
Fax: 641-623-3896
Web Site: World's Largest Supplier of Firearm Accessories, Gun Parts and Gunsmithing Tools - BROWNELLS

Dave Bennett: Parts and guns from 1900 up to 1970's.
e-Mail: 22ammobox@pnpa.net
Web Site: www.22ammobox.com

David Clements - Clements Custom Guns
PH: 276-238-8761
2766 Mt. Zion Rd.
Woodlawn, VA 24381
bigbore51@yahoo.com
Clements Custom Guns

Jack First: Large selection of Pre- and Post-WWII parts. Sells working
parts to FFL dealers only.
Phone: 605-343-9544

Gun Parts Corp: Successor to Numrich Arms; many guns parts.
226 Williams Lane, West Hurley, NY 12491
Phone: 845-679-2417
e-Mail: info@gunpartscorp.com
Web Site: Firearm Parts & Accessories | Military Surplus | Numrich Gun Parts

Jim Horvath: Many parts for all S&W's (large and small) from 1860 up;
can reproduce parts.
e-Mail: driftdive56@aol.com

Jeff Lee: Lee's Gun Parts (an extensive supply of gun parts, including S&W; Open to the public on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays).
3401 W. Pioneer, Suite 2, Irving, TX 75061
Phone: 972-790-0773
www.leesgunparts.com/‎

Jan Matlega: Parts for Pre-WWII S&W hand-ejectors.
Mail Address: 528 Eddy Glover
New Britain, CT 06053
Phone: 860-229-6872

Poppert's Gun Parts: http://www.poppertsgunparts.com/
P.O. Box 413
Glenside, PA 19038
Tel: 215-887-2391 Fax: 215-887-5816
Email: sales@poppertsgunparts.com

Charlie Pate: Provides screws (original & reproduction) for S&W Tip-ups and Top-breaks; author of books and articles on S&W guns.
Phone: 703-533-8057
e-Mail: cpate4@cox.net

Phil Saccacio: Phone: 540-456-6405
e-Mail: blueridgecollectibles@worldnet.att.com

Dave Szilagy: Manufactures parts for older S&W's.
Mail Address: 3107 Electric, Lincoln Park, MI 48146
e-Mail: shalgs@mi-web.com

Mike Veilleux: Guns and Gun Parts
All Parts inc. for Pre- and Post-WWII S&W's.
Phone: 413-732-9938
e-Mail: gunsnparts@aol.com
Web Site: www.gunsnparts.com

Liberty Tree Collectors Phone:207-285-3111
139 Main Street, Corinth, ME 04427
Email:sales@libertytreecollectors.com
Liberty tree collectors has original, CCH lanyard rings (but without the retaining pin) for $25.

S&W Parts; antique and new
jhrogers@sprintmail.com
Ph: 352 394-7412
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Welcome to the forums from the Wiregrass! Are you outside the US? It may be difficult to recommend parts suppliers that are not in the US. Also, many suppliers here don't ship internationally.
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"Also, many suppliers here don't ship internationally."
There is a reason for that. Some gun parts require a US dealer (or indeed anyone) to have a munitions export permit to ship out of the country. Some may remember the story of Ranch Products, a manufacturer of full moon clips allowing use of .45 ACP ammunition in 1917 revolvers. They got in serious trouble some years ago for shipping clips out of the country without a munitions export permit. And they weren't even gun parts.
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Moderators,

Any chance post #2 by Hondo44 can be saved as a sticky? That's a very valuable list of parts suppliers for guns the factory no longer supports.

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