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Old 07-29-2012, 12:01 PM   #1
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Potential sources for old and obsolete parts

If you are searching for parts for your Walther pistols, this thread is a good place to go for starters; you can find the original Sticky stored in the PP/TP section of the forum.

Potential sources for old & obsolete parts

If you know of other sources, please add them to the list in the main Sticky.
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Old 10-28-2012, 01:04 PM   #2
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Walther P1 barrel

Guys need some help here. Traded for a Walther P1 from a buddy of mine. I checked it out put a couple hundred rounds through it with no issues. Took it out today and had jam after jam. I stopped and took it apart and the back part of the barrel assmbley where the feed ramp is had split in two and came completely off the barrel!! Has anyone seen this before??? Where can I get another barrel?? Thanks.
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Old 10-28-2012, 01:36 PM   #3
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You might want to start with a PM to MGMike, here:

For Sale: P38/P1 barrels
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Try milsurps.com and lugerforum too....I've got many and varied interests in "warhorses", from old Walthers to Mosin Nagants to Garands, and peruse the various websites. There are alot of posts on some make-specific sites that are for weapons besides their main topic.
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Hi I have a Walther model 9 it's the one that has the flat head screw holding on the grips and they say walther on the bottom im not sure if parts are different from year tot yer but imn looking for a firing pin for it can someone help please thanks for you time
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:58 PM   #6
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Did you check out the links that are listed above in MGMike's original post? That is the most comprehensive source we could provide for hard-to-find parts. If that doesn't bear any fruit, I would suggest running a WTB advert in the appropriate section in the forum's Trading Post section.
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This is borderline heresy. To actually infer that the P-1 and P.38 are obsolete? Philistines...

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Thought I'd share an ebay seller....

who might be of interest to some here. I just got a hammer pin for my 1940 PP in really nice shape. Anyway, if anyone is interested, good luck!
walther from rils99 | eBay
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Per MGMike:

A good source for obsolete magazines:

Francis Parrott, (765) 584-2923, (941) 475-2078.
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Banner Walther No 9 Springs

Got a great tip from T H. " New one from Wolff at Wolff Gunsprings - Firearm Springs for Semi-Auto Pistols, Revolvers, Rifles, & Shotguns ". Just did an order. Well Done.. Many thanks!
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