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I have aquired a .22 revolver from this company. I can't find
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Posted: August 18, 2009 3:51 PM

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Posted: August 18, 2009 5:29 PM
It always helps with the correct information, except in this case. It is not OFL it is QFI, Opa Locka, Fl. Quality Firearms Inc. Greg, I believe you are between rock and a hard place. This outfit was only in business for less than two years { 91-92 } before they were sued out of existence by the state of Florida, their guns { Large caliber S/A. 38 Spl D/A, 380 Auto, and the .22 Range Rider } fell into the class of very cheap, pot metal guns. melting point 800 degrees. Not much is known about this company, did they make the guns { they are listed as a manufacture }, or did they import the parts and just assembled them, only Lamont Cranston knows for sure and he's not talking. You could ask our host if they know of any substitute parts that may fit. Who knows, they fall into the same category as the FIE Guns, maybe they will inter change. BTW the value of these guns are very low, don't spend too much money trying to fix it.
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Posted: August 18, 2009 6:16 PM
Thanks RJay. I knew it looked like a very cheaply built gun and honestly the grips are the best looking part of the pistol.
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Thanks Zeke
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Posted: August 18, 2009 6:59 PM
Greg, Try armatt@aol.com for parts and FWIW the "read the instructions or whatever is a plain old fashion CYA by the maker..hoping to cut court actions....
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