I don't know any reputible smith in the area. After a couple of bad experiences, I decided that it was cheaper (and safer) for me to buy the tools and parts required and read a book or search the internet to find out how to accomplish what I wanted. More fun too.
If there's no way you could do the work yourself, there is only one fellow that I would trust to do the work but he's not exactly "in the DFW area". http://www.crawleycustom.com/
.32 cal Colt from the 1930's is that a 1903M Hammerless Pocket Pistol?
I saw something on the 1911 forum about a smith for those who rebuilds them to better than new condition. In the Colt forum or others fourm
Unless my memory fails. Keep in mind that my cell phone has more memory than I do.
Thanks for all the info. Sorry it took so long to answer but I just got the pistol back from a local gunsmith. After six months he had 0 luck finding the parts to repair.
It is a D.A. 32 model. It is from the 30's as far as I know, been in my family a long time. Reminds me of the pistols bad guys always wound up throwing at superman when they ran out of ammo (lol).
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