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bikewrench
09-18-2004, 11:10 PM
O.K. you guys, you have come together for me before and I have faith you can help me again. I have A 16 ga. hunter arms "fulton" hammerless shotgun to fix. Problem is parts are missing and I can only guess what they look like. So here goes, The piece that engages the cocking lever That is pinned to the bottom of the barrels is gone!I would love to see a picture or sketch of one so I know where to start. Also the part or parts between the spring and the square groove in the extractor are missing.
If any body has any idea how this was done or has one of these old guns I would really appreciate a sketch or tracing or pictures and I will gladly pay for copy and mailing costs so I can get this old B%#@$ard out of my shop.
Thanks again to all who have given their best ideas and even you guys who use a bigger hammer-"if it don't fit force it-if it breaks it was no good anyway"

Yankee1
09-19-2004, 12:17 AM
I just typed "Fulton Double Barrel Shotgun"
into the "Search Web" space and hit enter
and got a full page of information on that
shotgun. Dixie Gun Works sells them.
Tryhttp://www.dixiegunworks.com/ it and see.

ibewgypsie
09-19-2004, 09:37 AM
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/ of the old numrich arms.

They have saved my butt more than once for missing parts.. (sometimes I lost them.)

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David Cofer, Of:
Tunnel Hill, North Georgia

Addem.. I fixed the broken link.. thier catalog is a bargain in just the picture breakdowns.

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Paul Gauthier
09-19-2004, 10:54 AM
Numrich Gun Parts Corp. 845-679-4867.
Page 198 & 199 in catalog #23. Everything you need. I have purchased from them many times, thier service is very good.

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Paul G.

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bikewrench
09-19-2004, 01:12 PM
thanks guys, I have both of these catalogs (the old numerich arms is 25 minutes away from me,been there many times)and the schematics are parts lists ,and both companys are out of stock on the parts I need. The black and white images are a little sketchy and don,t give the relationship of parts to each other.No part is bigger than a walnut so I can fabricate and the list is incomplete. If I could see a working drawing of what does what, I can make parts to accomplish the desired goal.Thats why I hoped somebody had one to sketch. I am not sure how much stuff is missing but thanks for all the help so far. somebody has one of these things to sketch an action drawing of.
Thanks Again,Together we can fix anything!!

Jerald Ware
09-19-2004, 08:06 PM
Try posting on www.gunshop.com-Jerald (http://www.gunshop.com-Jerald)

I am sure someone there can help

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