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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2012 1:47 am
Hello, All.

Three weeks after my firing pin broke, the pin in my *other* M37 went the same way. No gun trader seemed to be willing to import spares for me so, once again, I hassled Ithaca themselves.

The Good News is that they relented and, after a brief interlude to check my bona fides, they shipped me $95-worth of parts. (Total cost to me, including shipping, VAT and Customs "handling" fees: one hundred and twenty pounds.)

I must send a big "Thank You" to Zak and Jeremiah for the services "above and beyond the call of duty".

I've fitted all the parts and had a brief test of my PSG gun. All went well except that the red, plastic magazine follower reduced my round count by one, so I've reverted to the old metal one.

The two cracks in the stock that my cousin epoxied for me even held together...

In addition, I've managed to acquire a "posh" (ie, *blued*) M37. I've not had a chance to try that out, yet.


Came late in life to shooting but is making up for lost time...
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2012 6:38 am
I'm glad it worked out for you. I have to say that Zak and Jeremiah are tops in my book, too.

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