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22-32 spare parts

Discussion in 'Sako Handguns' started by Front Sight, May 12, 2015.

  1. Front Sight

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    I have been looking for a 22-32 and finally got one. It only has the 32 barrel but I am very impressed with the accuracy and thinking of spending more time on the range with it.


    Now I am trying to get some spare magazines, new recoil spring and a trigger bar/disconnector spring for it.

    I know it is next to impossible to source parts these days but I guess it doesn't hunt to ask if anyone has seen these part availalble at all. Many thanks
     

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    I am in the same situation as you are with the difference that I have a 22LR only. I would like to acquire the parts that are likely to wear and tear from normal use. Which parts are they? Where can I buy them?

    Lots of people mix up the 22-32 and the Triace. Is it because they are the same part wise? I have the Triace pdf manual from Sakos website. Is there a 22-32 pdf manual around aswell?
     
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    As far as I can tell, the grips and mags are interchangeable at least, some internal parts LOOK similar but not too sure. Many people get confused about the two models here too, mine was marketed as the Triace as well. I am lucky, at least mine came with 4 mags, many recoil buffers and a spare firing pin. Apart from the recoil buffer, which one can make, I think the first thing that will break would be the magazine (the bit that functions as ejector) or may be the firing pin.

    I see a local deal has a complete set for sale for about $600, think I should go buy it too, then I will never have to worry about spare parts!
     
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    I got one mag only so I guess my first priority is to get a couple of those. 600$ is a lot of money just for parts. On the other hand, it´s worth it since it´s a fantastic pistol.
     
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    Do you know if the if the 22 short magazine is just a 22lr magazine with an insert? I may be able to help, there are a fair number of 22 short magazines for it here in Australia. Because ISSF changed the rules in rapid fire and we had a firearm buy back some years ago, many shooters would probably hand in their 22 short that they no longer need for some cash. Thus the spare mags may have landed in gun dealer's procession. When I spoke with the dealer with the $600 pistol, she said they had a few 22 short mags laying around but nothing in 32. If the 22short magazine is indeed a 22 lr bag with a spacer, you may be in luck.

    I know $600 is a bit much for parts but I really like the 32-22 and don't mind a second one. When I get a chance I will check if all 3 barrels have matching numbers, if so, I will take it.
     
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    That would be really great if the 22 short mags could be modified to fit 22LR. I have never seen or heard of any 22 short in Sweden though. The usual setup is 22LR and 32. If you hear or read something about it, please let me know!
     
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    It may take me a few weeks before I can get to the dealer (they are 200km away) but good news is that not many people going that for away from the city to look at a 40 years old ISSF pistol so it should be there for a while.

    I will take some measurement and report back. I really would like a second 32-22 and I am looking for a second gun to put a faster twist barrel in (relax, I will keep the old one so that I can return it to original condition when need to) as I use it for a 50 yard match and it just wouldn't stabilize the bullets at that distance.
     

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