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Old 07-17-2017, 11:33 AM
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So here I am. Beautiful Model 36 no dash 543575. So I want to remove the cylinder &crane put a drop of oil in . I Use the wrong size screwdriver & booger the screw. I was in a hurry . I was able to dress the screw nicely ,but it`s a thorn in my side to be such a duffer. I order a screw from Brownells, & one from another popular retailer. Both come in ,nice. However both of the screws have threads that are way big . I guess being the genius I am .i cant seem to find the proper screw. any help? Thank you Charlie
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Old 07-17-2017, 12:05 PM
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Welcome from the NC Piedmont!.

I've contacted S&W before with needs like you have. Sometimes they can help. I've asked for small parts like this and when I asked how to pay they said my favorite words - no charge!

Here's the number 1-800-331-0852

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Welcome to the forum from Arkansas, try gun garage. they usually have screws.
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Old 07-17-2017, 07:14 PM
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You need to specify the aprox vintage of the gun. This is evidently before the change to the spring loaded yoke retention screws. J Frame can be smaller than K Frame screws.
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Old 07-17-2017, 08:13 PM
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I thought That the serial # would help
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I bet Jack First can help out..
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The Ace Hardware in Camp Verde AZ carries gun screws.
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You need to specify the aprox vintage of the gun. This is evidently before the change to the spring loaded yoke retention screws. J Frame can be smaller than K Frame screws.
So then are you saying a spring-loaded yoke screw from a J-frame has different threads than the older solid yoke screws?
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You need to specify the aprox vintage of the gun. This is evidently before the change to the spring loaded yoke retention screws. J Frame can be smaller than K Frame screws.
He furnished the serial number. The OP's revolver seems to be from approximately 1954-1955.

Surely I'm not the only guy around here who'll try to help a brand new member out by looking up a serial number?
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