Model 1909, 6.35 Needs Help

Discussion in 'Anything Else' started by Don, Jan 18, 2012.

  1. Don

    Don New Member

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    Can anyone please furnish Pix and deminsions, etc. of the Barrel Release Lever Spring. I've been searching for months and can't find one to purchase. Maybe I can find someone to make one. Year-1914, model-1909 in 6.35(25ACP).
    Thanks,
     
  2. dash

    dash Member

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    Hmmm, it's been a long time since I've had it out. Maybe I can find it and take it apart.
     

  3. dash

    dash Member

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    Ok, so I here's what I have...

    A Steyr 1908/34 in 32 cal. If you push the spring tensioned lever on the left side down, then it allows the forward portion ( barrel and recoil spring assembly ) to pivot/tip up and forward. Sounds like yours fits this description, BUT I think the 25 cal ones are smaller and we have different model numbers.

    A Pieper 1909 in 25 cal ( but not entirely sure as it has things in common with a couple models..ie the 1914 , the Arico and the Pieper-Steyr ). It is considerably smaller than the above AND even though it has a release lever on the left, when it's pushed down, I can lift the entire slide assembly off the frame. There is NO spring putting any pressure on the release lever.

    http://www.littlegun.be/arme belge/artisans identifies p/a pieper nicolas gb.htm

    See the above link, and scroll all the way down. Mine is very similar to the Steyr, but has a few noticeable differences.

    Here's another link with a picture of parts...scroll down to the model 1909 and click on the picture.

    http://www.vestpockets.bauli.at/gunparts/parts.htm

    Sorry, I don't think I can help ya any more than that.
     
    Last edited: Jan 18, 2012
  4. Don

    Don New Member

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    Thanks, Vestpockets item #7 look lilke the correct part but there is really no information as far as deminsions. I appreciate your response.
     
  5. Don

    Don New Member

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    I appreciate your interest in my dilemma. Thanks.
     
  6. Bittrich

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    You might check out this website. He has info on Steyrs as well. May not be what you need, but it is interesting. Good luck.

    http://www.hungariae.com/index.htm


    Bittrich