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Old May 8, 2017, 11:40 PM   #10
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I have news for you. When I was in the Marines, we got revolvers from the Airwing. Those .38's were pretty much a hand fit operation too. Ever try to match parts in all those old .32 and .38 revolvers made by H&R, H&A, Iver Johnson, S&W and who knows who else. A big problem in the early 1900's was there was no standards for gun threads and screws. I think a lot of the companies may have used odd threads so you bought from them. I could not tell you how many times I repaired guns with electrical outlet plate screws forced in them.
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