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Thread: WTB: H&R revolver cylinder

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    Default WTB: H&R revolver cylinder

    Long shot here..but I'm looking for a .22 wmr cylinder for my H&R 686 revolver.
    Took the revolver in on trade, and the previous owner lost the .22 mag cylinder.

    Thanks.

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    Really? he lost the cylinder? how does one actually do that? LOL here's one on gunbroker for 130$.

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    They are often on Ebay but go for more than I think they are worth.

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    Trapper, have you tried these guys?


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    Here's some stuff they have....



    Click to Enlarge

    Basic Cylinders. With a rim and

    without a rim. Left has built in

    ejector rod. Right uses a pin.

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    Cylinders; MUST BE CHECKED

    BY A GUNSMITH BEFORE

    FIRING!

    Pay close attention to how the

    cylinder is made. Some fit several

    models. Look at the length, If it

    has a cylinder crane with ejector

    or or if it has a separate pin to hold

    the cylinder in place.



    Cylinder Pin is shown to the right

    Of the Cylinder that used this method.



    Click to Enlarge



    #1 Smooth no flues 999 6 shot MAGNUM

    1.370 Long. Fits 666-667-649-686 etc.

    Cylinders are in new condition....OUT



    #2 With a Rim. 6 Shot. 1.325 Long

    Basic 622 Model, New Condition..$70



    #3 9 shot Short Flue, Length 1.330

    Models 900,930-839-903-904..........$70



    #4 Long Flue 6 Shot, Length 1.445.

    Used a center pin as Shown..............$60

    Pin for it is.....................................$15



    #5 .32 Caliber Blue Length 1.325

    Model 632 6 Shot.............................$70



    #6 Same as above but Chrome.........$70



    #7 Model 632 6 Shot Used a pin as

    shown. Length 1.325 ........................$60

    Pin for it is.....................................$15



    #8 .38 Model 925 Top Break Long

    ejector rod . 1.185 6 shot.................$75



    #9 .38 6 shot 1.520 Long Ejector rod

    is long. Blue......................................$75

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    Ya, places I've called so far are out of stock, and I've seen prices on G/b.
    I have 2 more places to call today.
    One gun parts place I found just last week, and I've ordered gun parts for years and never heard of them: Out Back Gun Parts http://www.outbackgunparts.com/Products.html

    I've ordered from usual places, Numrich, and the place Skeeter mentioned, Bob's..etc. but never heard of Out Back. Well, I ordered some parts last week from them that no one else had, but, they are twice the price. Very fast service tho. I needed a slide lock for a Marlin 120 pump 12 ga. They had one, Numrich was sold out, Bob's was out..
    Anyway, they sent me wrong part at first, they sent me a new actuator, but no biggie, I put the new one in anyway. Re-ordered the slide stop, slide stop return spring and actuator spring, new disconnector & spring too, and they had everything for that shotgun. But twice as high as Numrich.

    The picture of the cylinders, the one on the left is what my .22 LR cylinder looks like.
    This is my personal revolver, not planning on selling it, just thought it would be nice to get the magnum cyl. one of my favorite rounds and put out the word on a magnum cyl.

    Skeeter, my revolver is just like the one in the picture you posted, except mine has a 12 inch barrel, and just as nice cosmetically.

    I'll call around more this afternoon at a couple of places I thought of last nite.
    Thanks fellas.

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