That's the current plan. I have an old head gun smith from Cali that is going to take a look at it. I'll update post when I get work done. Until then I'll just have to get me another Steyr to comfort me in these dark times.Hey Texas, I've been thinking about your dilemma. If you are unable to find a replacement, what about repairing your broken lever. From looking at the photo, this could be possible. Find a competent machinist, preferably a "old school" "toolmaker" or "tool and die" machinist and have him build back the busted chunk by welding. Then machine it back into shape. It might cost a few bucks, but you'd have you lever back. You might also need to have it re-blued. There used to be gun smiths that could do this kind of work, but they are hard to find.