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Winchester 101 question

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by MAL-53, Oct 29, 2008.

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  1. MAL-53

    MAL-53 Member

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    One of the extractor hammers broke this past sunday on my Diamond Grade trap
    who would be the best for service and parts? thanks in advance Mark
     
  2. Quack Shot

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    Midwest Gun Works has a decent assortment of parts for the 101 and they can service them as well. Mash the above link for more info.
     
  3. argus tuft

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    IF YOU CAN NOT FIND ONE OVER THERE THERE IS A GUNSMITH HERE IN aUSTRALIA WHO HAS THEM MADE LOCALLY. E-MAIL ME AND i WILL PUT YPU IN TOUCH WITH HIM IF YOU NEED TO

    ARGUS
     
  4. Jim101

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    Midwest gun works has them, About 75 bucks each.





    Jim
     
  5. OlympicTrapShooter

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    Sorry this isnt helping at all. But im just glad to hear of another trap shooter that shoots a winchester 101 diamond!
     
  6. Jawhawker

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    Stu Wright-618-357-8933

    Phil Crenwelge-210-313-5988

    Tom Larkin-507-254-4694

    Here's a few more.
     
  7. shark1

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    Diamond grade o/u was my first trap gun, great gun had the same problem, not a hard fix if your a do it your self person other wise Skeets in Talequah Okla. He is real reasonable. Wish I never sold the gun.
    Mike Sharkey, DC
     
  8. Jim101

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    If you will cut a couple coils off the ejector hammer springs The hammers will last a lot longer, Plus they won't fling the hulls into the next zipcode.




    Jim
     
  9. MAL-53

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    Thanks guys for the responses,I`ll follow up on them,
    Yup, my old trusty Winchester Diamond Grade combo 34"U 30"Ou. finally developed a problem.
    It`s a one owner gun(me) bought brand spankin new in 1989 and after 19yrs.and
    about 30,000-35,000 (probably more) rounds it`s still in about 90-95% condition and still going strong. No complaints here!! thanks again Mark L.
    PS. might try the repair myself what needs to be done? thanks
     
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