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    harryk is offline Junior Member
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    40 year old model 70 32 auto

    Need a grip screw. Does anyone know where I can get one? Looked on the net and a Canadian outfit had one but I hate to deal with border issues, customs, etc. Thanks,
    Harry

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    Grip screws and other spare parts

    Try Numrich Arms or Brownells for the grip screw. They both have a large inventory of parts and a fair supply of obselete parts as well.

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    Screws should be any problem, now a frame or barrel might be.

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    model 70 .32

    I bought a model 70 .32 beretta for only 80 bucks but it is missing the firing in, firing pin sring, recoil sring, recoil guide, and the magazine. I have purchased all of the parts over the internet and was now wondering how do i take out the old firing pin to put in the new one??? If anyone can help me that would really be great

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    Quote Originally Posted by harryk View Post
    Need a grip screw. Does anyone know where I can get one? Looked on the net and a Canadian outfit had one but I hate to deal with border issues, customs, etc. Thanks,
    Harry
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    after 5 years, if he doesnt have a grip screw he has probably resorted to duct tape

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    Quote Originally Posted by TedDeBearFrmHell View Post
    after 5 years, if he doesnt have a grip screw he has probably resorted to duct tape
    Good point. I didn't even notice the date on his post.

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    Or simply buy hardware store screws.... size M4 x 0.7 mm pitch x 6 mm long..... easy peesy and about $0.50

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPSC View Post
    Or simply buy hardware store screws.... size M4 x 0.7 mm pitch x 6 mm long..... easy peesy and about $0.50
    That would be a bit cheaper than getting them from Vintage Gun Grips!

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    It's the perfect size.... we don't often find ourselves that lucky.

    Lots of guns have gun-specific sizes for grip screws like #5-40 that are impossible to find. To make matters worse, the manufacturer will typically ONLY specify "grip screw for model___"...and will never identify screw size. If he did, then he couldn't charge $30 for a set of "Beretta 70S grip screws"....or whatever brand name we're talking about.

    Me too....I'd rather spend $0.50 for the same thing if given the chance......I'm funny that way...

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