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Old 07-14-2013, 01:16 PM
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I have a 586-4 and I'm thinking about ordering some spare parts to keep on hand. Besides a bolt, hand and some cylinder star locator pins can anyone suggest what I may need?

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Springs,side plate screws
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Hello

I have a 586-4 and I'm thinking about ordering some spare parts to keep on hand. Besides a bolt, hand and some cylinder star locator pins can anyone suggest what I may need?

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I keep all my spare parts in my parts room, located at 2100 Roosevelt Avenue, Springfield, Massachusetts. Neat storage bins, and I have "people" there who will pull exactly what I need.
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My 1982 686-0 has needed zero small parts since it was made. I retract, it was recalled for a hammer nose bushing, but since it has needed nothing.
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More than likely it will last a looooong time. Mine is from 1983 and has never had any issues what so ever. That said, if it helps you sleep better at night, a hammer and trigger assembly, side plate screws, cylinder stop & spring and an over sized hand should more than do it. Just look at the thousands of guns re-sold every year that are 50, 60, 70, 80 +++ years old and work like they were made yesterday.
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