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Old 11-07-2017, 08:49 PM   #1
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my brother inlaw is transitioning his fleabay site to a hosted web server company. ebay was suspending him for really stupid shit like the name sears and roebuck. ( not allowed to sell sears on ebay) also a .410 mag they though was 410 round capacity. no shit. every month something. anyway the new site is still under construction but here it is:
http://prmzd.wajfn.servertrust.com/p...2338836326.htm
he's photographing parts and still listing safe stuff on ebay while i spend weekends striping, cleaning and categorizing parts. tons of f'n parts.
this is the ebay store :
http://stores.ebay.com/Hog-Island-Gu...i.html?_fsub=1

give me a holler if you need anything. lots of semi and wheel gun parts, older hard to find things as well. just made a large purchase of a shop inventory from Tennessee. gonna take months to go through. if you're on facebook a "like" would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 11-08-2017, 08:30 AM   #2
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ebay abuses both sellers and buyers. I wonder why they are in business
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Old 11-08-2017, 09:08 AM   #3
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If anyone knows of a source for double barrel shotgun rabbit-ear hammers, I could use two. My great grandfather's 12 ga is missing both. One barrel has the side blown out, so it's just a wall hanger.
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If anyone knows of a source for double barrel shotgun rabbit-ear hammers, I could use two. My great grandfather's 12 ga is missing both. One barrel has the side blown out, so it's just a wall hanger.
got a mfg or model ? we have several functional receivers relegated to parts only status. happy to take care of a Bunker brother. PM me with details.
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Old 11-09-2017, 08:00 AM   #5
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got a mfg or model ? we have several functional receivers relegated to parts only status. happy to take care of a Bunker brother. PM me with details.
I will look this evening.
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Old 11-08-2017, 11:06 PM   #6
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If you ever come across an older (80's vintage) blued Taurus PT92(fixed sight) or even better a PT99(adjustable rear sight) complete slide assembly (or just the PT99 rear sight assembly alone), please let me know. All would be from the period where the safety was just a safety(no decocker). Haven't had a problem with my PT99 rear sight yet, but if they ever do break, replacement is very difficult at best for the old ones. It would be good to have a plan "B" standing in the wings.
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I need a Krinkov style rear sight assembly for a custom AK I'm making. An M92/85 rear sight would be fine too. Anything designed to line up with the AK front sight will actually work. Was thinking even a CETME sight mounted on the rear of the dust cover.

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noted. i'll check this weekend.
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Old 11-09-2017, 06:14 PM   #9
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I'm looking for an extractor for an old Ithaca Model 37. Probably should find a shell lifter, too - mine's been cracked for a number of years.
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I'm looking for an extractor for an old Ithaca Model 37. Probably should find a shell lifter, too - mine's been cracked for a number of years.
[url]https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ithaca-37-12-Gauge-Bottom-Extractor-Slide-Pin-Used-Shotgun-Parts-IA58-/232492775528[/url

just a quick look at the ebay site yielded this. i'll look for a lifter this weekend.
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noted. i'll check this weekend.
Thank you sir.
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I need a Krinkov style rear sight assembly for a custom AK I'm making. An M92/85 rear sight would be fine too. Anything designed to line up with the AK front sight will actually work. Was thinking even a CETME sight mounted on the rear of the dust cover.

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have some AK parts, not alot. will have to look. also a few old military style barreled actions that have sights that might work.
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I need a Krinkov style rear sight assembly for a custom AK I'm making. An M92/85 rear sight would be fine too. Anything designed to line up with the AK front sight will actually work. Was thinking even a CETME sight mounted on the rear of the dust cover.

Any ideas?
Putting a rear sight on any version of AK dust cover is just never a 'great' idea. The SUKA/AKS47U was never intended for 'sniper' work...they are kuel but spray and pray (in style) about covers it. I have about a metric ton of parts to go through, sort out and identify...if I find something that will work I'll let you know...my kids have no idea what most of this stuff is...or how valuable; the issue came up when they were trying to find original SVD 7.62X54r magazines. It'll take some time...if I find something I'll let you know.
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I PM'd flopshot on this shotgun and thought maybe someone else would be interested in the manufacturer.

30" long double barrel.
LH receiver stamped: J. B. Clement
RH receiver stamped: Pat'd June 20 1883 Belgium
Shoulder bad has a dog and hunter molded in to whatever it's made of.

ADD: I did a search and found some sold at auctions. They aren't worth much, but this one was my great grandfathers so it's worth a lot to me.

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Old 11-10-2017, 05:46 PM   #15
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An older Ithaca 37 called a slam fire LW barrel in 12 gauge would be great sir. I have everything except the barrel. Thanks in advance.
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