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    Enfield No.2 Mk1* pistol

    Enfield No.2 Mk1* pistol Firing pin Help.

    I Need some one to copy an exact picture of this guns firing pin so I can have one made for my gun, So I can shoot it .

    I bought it without a firing pin thinking it would be easy to find one.But this is not the case.
    So I need some help here.
    Also is this the correct place to put this request ???

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    Dang. You ain't kidding. These things are unfindable.
    I don't have one to draw up for you so I thought I'd at least also try searching.
    Couldn't find so much as a sniff of one.
    They do look pretty simple though so making one shouldn't be an issue if you can find a drawing.
    Good luck!

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    Exact or not a picture will not give you correct dimensions. Not seeing any Hammer Noses anywhere. Suspect you need to find somebody with a working revolver who will let you take the measurements.
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    Hope this helps. Not easy as this is not a single action.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    Hope this helps. Not easy as this is not a single action.
    I love this forum. Good on ya, Aragorn.

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    I drew up[ a detailed almost engineering drawing for a frum member a couple of years ago when I had access to some. Where is he now? To be honest, hand filing one from plate is simplicity itself. The only hardened part is the case hardened nose.


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