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About Numrich

Located in West Hurley, NY, Numrich Gun Parts Corporation resides at the foot of the scenic Catskill Mountains and supplies vintage and obsolete gun parts to the U.S. and the world.

Numrich Gun Parts Corporation originally began as Numrich Arms in 1950 when George Numrich opened a sporting goods store in Westchester County, NY. Our property includes seven warehouses of inventory that total 1,030,071 cubic feet and a manufacturing plant

Our specialty resides in acquiring and selling obsolete and hard to find parts for commercial and military firearms of U.S. and foreign manufacture.

 

1950: U.S.-made M2 .50 cal Rounds

U.S.-made M2 .50 cal Rounds

These U.S.-made M2 .50 caliber (12.7 x 99) linked armor-piercing incendiary rounds were acquired in the early 1950s. We had huge quantities at the time! The wooden crates were marked ".50 M2" and had other appropriate designations.

Many rounds were sold to NATO countries and South America. The tips appear white in this photograph, but we are uncertain of what they were made.

 

1955: George Numrich in the Machine Gun Room at Numrich Arms

George Numrich in the Machine Gun Room at Numrich Arms

George Numrich is pictured examining his newly acquired 1877 Colt Gatling Gun in the Machine Gun Room at Numrich Arms.

The upstairs room was called The Museum Room until the collection was donated to the West Point Museum in the late 1960s.

Also pictured is a Gardner Gun (to the right of the Gatling Gun), and a Browning M2 .50 caliber water-cooled machine gun (below and to the right). On the floor in front is a German MG 08/15 gun with belt drum. These were collected through various purchases of surplus parts. Many of them were donated to West Point Military Academy.

 

1960: The St. Valentine's Day Massacre Reenacted

The St. Valentine's Day Massacre Reenacted

George Numrich Sr., center, poses with employees in front of the original warehouse dressed as gangsters and bootleggers for a brief reenactment of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre.

 
The St. Valentine's Day Massacre Reenacted

On February 14, 1929, Al Capone's men shot and killed George "Bugs" Moran's rival gang members.

Along with other firearms, Capone's men used two Tommy guns during the encounter.

The St. Valentine's Day Massacre was considered "the most infamous of all gangland slayings in America" at the time.

 

1962: Creation of Warehouse #1

Creation of Warehouse #1

An old wooden-framed building that sat on the Numrich Arms property collapsed on an inventory of 20mm ammunition. The building was cleared for a new metal warehouse to be constructed, Warehouse #1, one of our seven warehouses today.

This picture shows the early excavation prior to the concrete floor. Note the two Gatling guns in the background and the Krups cannon in the foreground along with several other cannons of various manufacturing.

Huge piles of 20mm ammunition were scooped up in the loader bucket because the wooden ammunition cases did not survive the collapse.

 

1965: Anti-Aircraft Cannon

Anti-Aircraft Cannon

In this photo from 1965, an employee adjusts the sights on what we believe to be a 37mm anti-aircraft deck cannon. It’s an intriguing piece of artillery, but we’re not certain whether or not it’s US Military.

The Japanese Daihatsu three-wheel truck on the right was our first van.

Behind the cannon stands the original retail store, which has since been coverted into Warehouse #2. Note the large retail store windows.

 

1977: Numrich Machine Shop

Numrich Machine Shop

This is what the Numrich machine shop looked like circa 1977 when we manufactured a variety of barrels. It was in this shop that barrels were drilled for the Hopkins & Allen black powder line.

We also produced all the barrels for the Hopkins & Allen Minuteman kits, which ceased production around 1978.

The machines in the picture originally came from Savage and were used to craft our barrels, many of which can be seen in the background of the picture on the shelves.

 

1989: Expansion Time

Expansion Time

The destruction of this building in April 1989 was similar to the damage that Hurricane Irene recently caused in our area. Luckily, we did not sustain too much damage from the hurricane.

The area in the foreground is now the site of our office building, which connects to the original Numrich Arms building pictured here.

 

1991: French 75 Cannon

French 75 Cannon

This French 75 cannon was placed in front of Gun Parts Corp's offices in the early 1990s.

The French 75mm M1897 field gun, commonly known as the French 75, was a quick-firing field artillery cannon adopted in March of 1898. Its official French designation was Matériel de 75mm Mle 1897. It was the first field gun of its time to incorporate a hydro-pneumatic recoil mechanism, which kept the gun's trail and wheels perfectly still during the firing sequence. The French 75 was eventually adopted by the United States and various armed forces around the world.

 

1992: Bayonets And Scabbards

Bayonets And Scabbards

When the leaves were just beginning to show in the early spring of 1992, we acquired numerous crates of bayonets and scabbards. They arrived in different sized crates and were piled in front of warehouse #5. Once they were counted, and sorted, they became part of our ever-changing inventory.