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Does anybody make aftermarket parts for the Norinco 1897?

 

I thought there was, but doesn't seem to be the case.

 

Was gonna get some backup extractors and ejectors just because.......

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Any parts that you get other than the ejector may have to be tuned to fit that old Norinco.

 

Longhunter Supply

 

http://www.longhunt.com/storelh/index.php?route=product/category&path=88_98

 

Cowboys and Indian Store

 

http://cowboysandindianstore.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=2

 

The Smith Shop (a good LH extractor, also the best Norinco/IAC action hook screw - get a couple of those!)

 

http://www.thesmithshop.com/

 

Good luck, GJ

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Any parts that you get other than the ejector may have to be tuned to fit that old Norinco.

 

Longhunter Supply

 

http://www.longhunt.com/storelh/index.php?route=product/category&path=88_98

 

Cowboys and Indian Store

 

http://cowboysandindianstore.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=2

 

The Smith Shop (a good LH extractor, also the best Norinco/IAC action hook screw - get a couple of those!)

 

http://www.thesmithshop.com/

 

Good luck, GJ

 

Oh yeah, that hook screw....I was gonna pass on that when it was just put out, but I know a shooter who broke one.......oh boy.

 

Anyway, I called these places about these parts, and was told they're only for the Winchester, and that compatibility with Norinco was unknown.

 

I could swear I remember seeing Norinco parts at cowboy places......I thought there was even a thread about them being too $$, but everybody said 'buy once cry once'....

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Anyway, I called these places about these parts, and was told they're only for the Winchester, and that compatibility with Norinco was unknown.

 

 

 

Ok, then, try:

Coyote Cap and (Mogollon) Drifter

 

Since they imported a ton of IAC's - they almost always have parts

 

 

Outlaw Gambler has handled a ton of IAC sales, too. And I believe so has John Barleycorn. He may chime in.

 

You may have to PM each of these leads.

 

Good luck, GJ

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The Smith Shop has sold me both Winchester and Norinco hook screws in the past. Excellent people to do business with . Norinco hook screw is metric, so will not interchange GW

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As well, Cody Conagher lists:

HEAVY DUTY Left Hand Extractors for Winchester '97's
and clones. $58, includes shipping to the lower 48.

 

http://www.codyscowboyshop.com

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As well, Cody Conagher lists:

HEAVY DUTY Left Hand Extractors for Winchester '97's

and clones. $58, includes shipping to the lower 48.

 

http://www.codyscowboyshop.com

 

I can't say about all of the 'new' IAC '97s but the ones that come via Coyote Cap have coil spring type LH extractors and the old style parts will likely not work since there is no slot milled into the left side of the bolt where the tail/spring would go. Of course, you could mill a slot for it but I assume it would be a lot easier to get the proper parts from Cap.

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Wish I would have seen this post last week as I was with Cap working on IAC 97's and could have answered your question while going thru his parts. Let me start out by saying this. If you have a Norinco, not an IAC, some parts are available but you need to know that some parts are different between even the Norinco. The shell stop screws - two models. Some go in from bottom of receiver some go in from sides of receiver.

It would help if you could email me a parts list of what you are looking for. Think between myself and Cap we can help you out. Your Norinco will have the old style extractors and I have them in stock as well as the ejector spring. I will need the serial number of your 97, let me know at outlawgambler@gmail.com

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