PARTS

Discussion in 'Industry News' started by FlaChef, Mar 15, 2006.

  1. FlaChef

    FlaChef Guest

    So I just got off the phone w/ Steyr in GA.

    They are selling parts directly untill they get a distibuter, they are not set up to do credit cards so it is by check at this point.

    He did not have a full price list, a trigger assembly was 240 though. He suggested I just send it in to them to look at though, despite it being user error (OK dog interferance actually) that damaged it and not mechanical failure. (see my recent post under the trigger job thread in Tweaks forum)

    And he'd have to talk to europe about price on a extractor assembly (ejection is becoming erratic after about 5-6k rounds, so I consider this normal wear and tear). I should be able to specify a new A1 (rounded pin not beveled) assembly and they will interchange.

    Hopefully it won't be too much above the $36 I paid for one from the old place about 1 year ago. (hint hint if austria is reading)

    He said to give him a call tommorow and he should have an answer.
     
  2. ministerofdeath

    ministerofdeath New Member

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    Good!

    Sounds like you pistol will be in like new condition pretty soon with the parts overhaul you're doing. Probably something to expect after that many rounds in any pistol. Doesn't sound like it will be a ton of trouble for ya to get the parts and thats something I'd be happy about.

    Keep us up-to-date.
     

  3. madecov

    madecov Active Member

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    Parts :!:
    Parts :!:
    parts :!:

    Absolutely nothing wrong with that.
     
  4. Shooter

    Shooter Premium Member

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    PARTS !!!!!!!!!! all those little springs and back up parts are now available???
    good news................ :D
     
  5. Shooter

    Shooter Premium Member

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    What is the phone # for Ga Steyr???? I see the email but no phone #
     
  6. FlaChef

    FlaChef Guest

    it's in the top sticky.

    However speaking with Jeff today he had not heard back from europe on a SRP for the extractor assembly.

    They are currently trying to get set-up to have brownell's be their parts distributer, but it has been taking longer than expected.
     
  7. bigtaco

    bigtaco Active Member

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    we should all stock up on parts now!!! before brownell's markets these "rare and exotic" parts.
     
  8. Shooter

    Shooter Premium Member

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    :lol: NO KIDDING......the price will be 20% higher, and those shipping charges.......although I like Brownell's a lot...... I'm calling next week to stock up on small parts...........
     
  9. FlaChef

    FlaChef Guest

    Ummm, might want to wait untill they at least have prices set?

    anyway packing up the gun (sans frame$$$) to send in tommorrow.
     
  10. 73sbVert

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    What small parts are suggested to stock up on? In other words, what high(er) wear items, or what can I reasonably expect to have to replace in the future with normal use?

    Also, if there are several of us wanting the same parts, would Brownell's be interested in doing a group purchase for us? :D

    Paul
     
  11. Shooter

    Shooter Premium Member

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    Look at "Tutorials and Information" and under "articles" and then go to
    "90,000 rounds" ........you will see a parts kits suggestion
     
  12. 73sbVert

    73sbVert Member

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    Thanks! Will do!

    :D