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I need a screw......

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by biff, Apr 7, 2009.

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  1. biff

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    I need a cocking rod retainer screw for a TM1/TMX. If you have one for sale or know where to get one please let me know. I broke the end off the one on Snapshot's TMX (she doesn't know about this). Do Not let me around a shotgun with a small hammer and punch! Biff
     
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    so do I,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,now!!!
     
  3. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    I could use a good screw too. Bulge
     
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    Have you tried asking this question on Craigs List?
     
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    Wait a little longer BHO will get to all of us soon.
     
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    Getting one from a professional can be expensive. Sometimes a friend has one "laying around".

    Don Verna
     
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    Are you looing for a cheap screw or and expensive one?
     
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    I have a box of assorted gun screws that I got from Brownells years ago and I bet I have it but I dont know what yours is?? Picture?? size??
     
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    $500.00 an hour in Vegas.
     
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    "$500.00 an hour in Vegas."



    Still cheaper than buying the cow.
     
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    CactusJW, That's what I'm talking about....Part # 5123. I don't know about you other guys, get your minds back on trap! Biff
     
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    That's what got the old governor of NY in trouble. jack
     
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    I don't need a screw the government gives me one daily.
     
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    Not sure if it's the same one that's used in the MX8 version, but I have a couple.

    Whiz
     
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    Whiz, Looking at the schematic on your website for TM 1's, it is part #5123 which is a very small slotted screw with a little round tip on the end past the threads. You can see this screw when you take the trigger out, it is screwed into the flat part of the cocking rod on the TM series guns. If you have one you can PM me with the cost and shipping. Thanks, Biff
     
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    What got the EX govenour of NY in trouble is he had Paterson as his LOOKOUT.
     
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    biff,
    It's the cocking bar stop screw. (5)123. Also known as the cocking bar screw check. At least that is what you are looking for. I'm looking for some new latch plate screws. They attach the iron forend,321 to the latch plate,326. mine are boogered up.
    deadeye45
     
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    Don't we all!!!
     
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    XP100- Now that's funny!
     
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