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John Hall case handle

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by primed, Nov 27, 2007.

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  1. primed

    primed Well-Known Member

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    Try this outfit linked above. They would know if anyone does.

    Gook luck

    Bob
     
  2. lvshooter

    lvshooter TS Member

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    Terri, is that all you need is just the handle itself and not the hardware? I don't think Gamaliel will have it as they don't handle the cases any longer
     
  3. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    I looked in my junk drawer but couldn't find one. Somebody will have one.
     
  4. JJM

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    Call Hastings Mfg in Clay Center, KS. They were the mfger of the John Hall cases and the last time I spoke with them they still had handles and lock assembly's.
     
  5. foghorn220

    foghorn220 Active Member

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    hunttrap:

    I have a handle but I bet you are looking for the side pieces that holds the handle on let me know what you are looking for sure.

    If it is the main handle then I will give you my extra one.

    email me above.

    Most of the time the side pieces will break and there is also a left and right side for them.

    Foghorn220
     
  6. lvshooter

    lvshooter TS Member

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    What has happened with John Hall case handles is that they have a tendancy to squeak a little and people squirt a little WD40 or couple drops of oil in the handle carrier where it swivels and the oil softetns the plastic and eventually breaks.
     
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