LP 42 breakdown.

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Re: LP 42 breakdown.

Post by Weiss » Mon 16 Mar 2015, 07:14

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Re: LP 42 breakdown.

Post by stellar » Mon 16 Mar 2015, 16:25

Thank you very much .
All set .Starting my mini lathe and should be an easy job.
I have a question.I believe the pin is one piece all the way even at the step down??
I hope it is not made from two pieces and threaded and screwed together at the step down.
It would be possible to make that way as well...
Also I would like to know if the hole has a set screw in it to hold the small cross pin in?
Or it serves another purpose...
Thank you very much.
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Re: LP 42 breakdown.

Post by Weiss » Mon 16 Mar 2015, 18:24

Peen solid. The screw can not see. Pin probably unstake. Sorry for my english writing you through the program interpreter. Sincerely Sergei.

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Re: LP 42 breakdown.

Post by stellar » Wed 18 Mar 2015, 03:54

Thank you Sergei
Ja ponal .Spaciba za pomoc.
Paka.
Dogovarilis. Spokojnu noc.
For the non russian speaking folk.
I said I understood and thanks for Sergei"s help.

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Re: LP 42 breakdown.

Post by Blade » Wed 08 May 2019, 21:05

thats an intresting firing pin desing, on my yugo-referb WA made gun the pin is a diffrent desing.
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Re: LP 42 breakdown.

Post by signalman » Fri 10 May 2019, 02:52

I believe there would be a market for those firing pins. I see a lot of Lp-42's with broken and missing pins.
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Re: LP 42 breakdown.

Post by Blade » Sun 12 May 2019, 10:24

The firing pin that weiss showed would be easy to make on a lathe. Is there any information on the type of steel and hardness?

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