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Help with an "Odd-duck"; Intratec Tec-38?

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Help with an "Odd-duck"; Intratec Tec-38?

I picked up an oddball little Derringer, apparently made by Intratec back in the 90's or so, called the Intratec Tec-38. If anybody has a schematic or an exploded view of same, I could use a look at it, thanks!

It looks like this:
Before you suggest it, Numrich Arms (Gun Parts Corp) does not have one on their website, I've looked.

intratec tec 38a.jpg

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3 minutes ago, MacGyver said:

I'll shoot just about anything.  

But, I think I might think twice before I shot that. :)


You know what they say, "No guts; no glory!" :) 

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31 minutes ago, Garufa said:

Brad Wesley tried to finish off Dalton with one of those things before the townsfolk stepped in.

Really? I'll have to watch it again to see. Won't hurt my wife's feelings a bit. lol

But not being knowledgeable on this fine weapon...what caliber is it supposed to shoot?

And just to add an opinion, nope I wouldn't shoot it either. I shot a 45LC derringer once that sort of disintergrated in my hand. I was lucky. My hand was only numb for a few days. But it scared the crap out of me.

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Well, I've actually shot it a couple of times, it shoots (shot?) just fine, but the trigger return was sluggish. Then it got more sluggish. Then it stopped. So choice or not, I needed to do something, so I dove in. I understand some of it, but there was a small rectangular piece of tired looking steel that I believe came outta somewhere, but I can't find the where. The rest of it is pretty straight forward, but a schematic would sure help figure out that one little piece. And I'd like to understand how it cams between barrels before I put it back together, but I don't see that right now either. Anyhow, it needs a good de-crudding, I'm pretty sure that's what was binding the trigger return. 

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