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  • Birthday 05/27/1981

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  1. I don't, unfortunately. I'll probably start with a cheap similar firing pin and go from there.
  2. Nope, just 35. No other model numbers anywere. My research puts it in the mid 1930s, so it may predate the standard Sears model numbering scheme.
  3. Hi all- I have an old Sears Ranger 35 single shot rifle. They were made by several different manufacturers, but I've gotten mine narrowed down to a Savage 52B. I need a firing pin, which looks like this: https://www.gunpartscorp.com/products/1021150# I can't find any on Ebay or other sites online. I assume these older inexpensive guns don't have that much proprietary about them. For the flat 22lr firing pins, how much does their thickness vary? If not too much, could another be ground down and shaped with a decent chance of success? Like this? https://www.gunpartscorp.com/products/413700a Alternatively, anyone recognize a similar firing pin that would work or maybe have one in their parts bin? Thanks in advance!
  4. They need a complete cleaning and rebuild. Heads are bare but come with all valves, springs, rockers to complete them. One broken bolt on each intake that will need to be extracted. Thompson's Station


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