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Old January 10, 2013, 04:02 PM   #5
hammered54
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it is the firing pin.

it appears to be a military version as there is no safety sear.
very cool..not to sure but I believe 1916 was the last year for Eufert.

I have a 1914 Eufert #'s correct, the Mag's should have the same # as the gun along with those #1 and #2 . a replacement firing pin shouldn't be to hard to find, but I'd make sure to keep the old one as it is also numbered to the gun.
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