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||Posted - 02/12/2018 : 10:55:20 PM
Need the firing pin for the above model. Picture of the correct one is Item #10 in Numrich's catalog. If my research is correct the factory part number is 712380B. They made three different styles of firing pins for this model. I have already had the other two and returned them. Hope someone can help.
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||Posted - 02/22/2018 : 8:20:35 PM
Good Evening, Consider this for another option. I have a FIE GT 380 LW parts kit which is,"I was told when I purchased it," complete except for the frame. It has the #8 style firing pin. I am unsure but I would think you should be able to switch slide/barrel to your frame or just the .380 barrel with your .32 barrel. I use to purchase this design pistol marketed under the Tanfoglio, Excam, & F.I.E. brand name with regularity a decade+ ago when they were still reasonably priced & did utilize parts of one brand name to another. Main concerns would be proper headspacing & extractor modification. Bright side of situation is you could end up with either a .32 and/or a .380 pistol with the ease of merely changing out the barrel/extractor. Good luck with your project.
||Posted - 02/13/2018 : 9:11:11 PM
||Posted - 02/13/2018 : 5:35:21 PM
Hello - if all else fails - you might contact Benny Watson @ The Gun Shop - 4133 262nd Place - O'Brien, Fl 32071 - don't remember if the area code is 386 or 352 ----- 935/9375.
He stays busy making firing pins and working on Grendles (sp) 22 semi-auto magnums - and can make one work as it was designed to - plus a bunch of other things. He can make anything you want if he has the specifications. But be aware - he will not be rushed.
Best Regards - AQH
||Posted - 02/13/2018 : 11:14:03 AM
Sir, Thank you for the reply. Tried Bob's and every place else on the net that I could find. So far, No luck. James.
||Posted - 02/13/2018 : 04:15:48 AM
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