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  • 308nato

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    I'am in need of new mag springs and a recoil spring on the guide rod .
    Anyone know where I might find some.I would like to get it working so I can sell it or trade + $ for something for my wife.
    It was made in 1944 and is a rough version of the 1934 model in .32cal.
     

    SIG_Fiend

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    Something from Wolff Gunsprings might possibly work. They have stuff for the Beretta 1934, though I'm not sure how similar your model is to those. Here's the link: Link
     

    Texas1911

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    I'am in need of new mag springs and a recoil spring on the guide rod .
    Anyone know where I might find some.I would like to get it working so I can sell it or trade + $ for something for my wife.
    It was made in 1944 and is a rough version of the 1934 model in .32cal.

    If Shadow's link doesn't work for you then you could give them measurements.

    You'll need to know...

    Bound Length - Length of Spring Compressed
    Unbound Length - Length of Spring Uncompressed
    Spring Rate - Rate of the Spring in Pounds
    Spring OD - Outer Diameter of the Coils
    Spring ID - Inner Diameter of the Coils (In case it rests on a ledger)

    Using that info they could find something for you for sure. Some of the stuff you can skip for stuff like the main spring since it doesn't compress like the recoil spring.

    If you don't know the spring's rate post the above info with a count of the number of coils, and a best guess as to the thickness of the wire and I'll calculate a rough area the rate falls into for you.
     

    308nato

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    HK thanks for the link , will check it out

    Texas1911 will take it apart in the morning and do some measureing

    Gearhead thanks for that link also will check them out also .

    Thanks everyone for the help.
     

    Bangbang

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    Hi iam in need of a beretta m1934 recoil spring as iam hoping to get one made from a local shop here which will be allot easier than getting one. I was wondering if you are able to help with the spring dimentions as i have been searching but having no luck.
    thanks
     

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