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howdy is there a vintage parts source for my 1876 vintage Colt SAA ??
try to replace a few missing vintage parts , any ideas ??
many thanks rj
 

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I would get ahold of Peacemaker Specialist if I were you, Ed Janis can either help you out or direct you where to go. All Ed works on is Colt SAA's and he's one of the best. www.peacemakerspecialist.com
You might also try www.coltparts.com
I can't get that first site to work, but that second site is nice. I had not been there before. Thanks.
 

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I can't get the buttons on the left of that site to open. They are just Red X's. Is it just me, or is the site having problems?
James, I just tried it and they work for me. I assume you clicked on the running horse to enter the site since you saw the buttons on the left. It is a Java based site, maybe you don't have the Java add-on on your computer.
 

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James, I just tried it and they work for me. I assume you clicked on the running horse to enter the site since you saw the buttons on the left. It is a Java based site, maybe you don't have the Java add-on on your computer.
Yes, I'll have to check the Java thing. I clicked on the running colt and got into the site, and I could read everything center-screen, but could not see or click any of the list of things on the left. Just Red Xs.

I did go to the "Simulator" thing and, at the risk of sounding like an idiot, I don't get it. How could you possibly replace and repair internal parts without disassembly? It says right there: "Internal parts can be replaced, adjusted and repaired without disassembling and assembling the revolver."
 

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I did go to the "Simulator" thing and, at the risk of sounding like an idiot, I don't get it. How could you possibly replace and repair internal parts without disassembly? It says right there: "Internal parts can be replaced, adjusted and repaired without disassembling and assembling the revolver."
I think what he means is the simulator allows you to remove and check all of the internal parts, match them, exchange them, and make any adjustments out side of the gun eliminating the need to disassemble and reassemble the Single Action numerous times to perform this task and process.
 
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