Where can I get a replica peacemaker revolver repaired?
- 2 weeks ago
firing or non firing? either way, id say contact a local gun smith. theyd be able to help
- 2 weeks ago
I would try the closest gunsmith and see what he recommends.
- USAFisnumber1Lv 72 weeks ago
You can contact the gun maker. You can go to pretty much any gun store and talk to them as they will know if there are any local gunsmiths that can work on it.
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
Look for a gunsmith near where you live.
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- RobinLv 72 weeks ago
the store you bought it from
- BBeanLv 72 weeks ago
It depends on what the problem is. Parts replacement can be done with junior gunsmiths or kitchen table mechanics. If the cylinder timing is off and not locking in then repair must be done by a master gunsmith with very well equipped shop.
'just broken' is not a specific description of a problem.
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Ask daniel g as he knows everything and while he is telling you he will most
certainly be bragging about how good he is and how far he can shoot.
What a DUMBA$$.
Darby I have no intentions of hurting the hunting section as I have been here
much longer than you. What I am against is the consistent bragging by the
individuals mentioned. When a question is asked I don't believe they care
how great you think you are and how many yards you can shoot with your
precious gun.If that is what you like then fine but most of us don't. I think
you butted in without any knowledge of what you are talking about. Excuse
me if I am wrong but I don't think you really care how good daniel g is and
the rest of the brain dead idiots that know nothing but bragging OVER AND
OVER AND OVER.
EDIT2: daniel considers himself "real gun people" and that is the funniest
statement I have read on YA in many years. If daniel is a real gun
person then I am the next President of the USA. daniel is a
"real jacka$$" among other things. My 3 year old knows more
than daniel g.
- daniel gLv 73 weeks ago
Any smaller gun store with a qualified gunsmith.
Surely the folks that made the gun have some service facilities.
- GlacierwolfLv 73 weeks ago
I would track down the company and either order the parts or send it back to them.
Although I am sure any gunsmith could make it look and work they way it did originally - I doubt you will like their shop rate.
Replica firearms are exceptionally popular in countries like Japan where civilian firearm ownership is illegal - you could try scrouring the internet for clubs or forums - they would certainly have a lead on repairs. Some of those replicas - although zinc - if it were not for the plug in the barrel could almost fool an expert, and, cost as much as a real gun. Definitely there are people who repair them.
- L.N.Lv 73 weeks ago
At your local gunsmith or the factory.