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    looking for dimensions m1912 Steyr Hahn

    I recently picked up an m1912 steyr hahn and after going through it I found that both the firing pin and the grip screw are not original. Luckily I have the skills to be able to make new ones, I'm just lacking the correct dimensions. So I was wondering if someone with a styer hahn in reasonably good condition would be able to supply me with what I'm looking for. I made some quick sketches below.

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    Grip screw

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    I would post a 'WTB' over in the trader at Jan Still's central powers/Luger forums

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    Quote Originally Posted by Havenot View Post
    I would post a 'WTB' over in the trader at Jan Still's central powers/Luger forums
    If it could be helped I'd rather just make what I need. Parts for these seem to be almost unobtanium at least up here in Canadaicon and if at least some of the parts could be dimensioned and those dimensions made available to everyone it would keep these pistols running for years to come.

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    Luckily on another forum someone had a steyr hahn that they were able to grab some dimensions from so I figured I'd post the drawing I made of the firing pin if anyone is interested, it should be noted that the tip geometry is an approximation based off 100 yr old parts so if anyone does use it to make their own some fitting and modification will probably need to be done to the pin to get it to work properly. I'll post a drawing of the grip screw whenever I get around to making one.


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    Here's the grip screw drawing, I've omitted the thread spec as I don't know what the original thread was. In the case of my pistol it's an 8-32 UNC 2A thread. Dimensions are in inches.




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