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I'm looking for a screw for the underside of the trigger guard
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Posted: November 25, 2008 5:46 PM

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Posted: November 25, 2008 6:59 PM
Reck, Karl A. Reck, Sportwaffenfabrik KG, Lauf/Pegnitz, Germany This company, during the 50s and 60s exported to the states the R-12. A small frame, single action .22. Herter's was a large sporting goods retailer and was the importer. You can give GPC a call ( our host of this forum) they have nothing for the Reck listed, but who knows, they may have receive a parts gun recently. A gunsmith should have a metric screw to fit. the rear sight? you might chek with brownells.com.
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Posted: November 25, 2008 7:02 PM
Herter's is long out of buisness the were in Minn....and..they made nothing but were the Cabela's of their day "RECK"made a number of "hardware" guns for sale with different trade names.. The screw can be made from a common metric hardware store screw there is nothing special about it The sights are another matter Those are as rare as hen's teeth and MAYBE you can find some at www.germangun.de I have a listing for your model in the Herter's catalog of 1971 shortly thereafter the catalog company closed its doors You might find parts from armatt@aol.com
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Posted: November 26, 2008 12:40 PM
Our host's catalog #30 on page 608 has an illustrated parts breakdown and parts list for the RECK Model 12..it was also sold as the Herter's SA22 and as the Spesco SA22 the frt screw is the -32 item #544100 and the rear sight is the -27(item #542400) and the RS screw the -27A(item#542440) you may find the out of stock items at armatt@aol.com
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Posted: January 5, 2009 5:01 PM
I too am looking for parts for this weapon-
The finger 'spur' on the ejector rod head has broken off-
I have tried Numrich (gunpartscorp.com) but not luck
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Since you haven't had any luck with Numrich/Gun Parts Corp., try:

www.brownells.com
www.poppertsgunparts.com
Bob's Gun Shop at www.gun-parts.com, or www.gunparts@hsnp.com and (501) 767-1970
www.colt380.com
Out Back Gun Parts (812) 945-0480
www.jackfirstgun.com (605) 343-9544
www.gunpartscorp.com
Rusted&Busted Bob's Box 24 Whitmore Ca. 96096
www.yourgunparts.com
Western Gun Parts, www.westerngunparts.com/default.htm, 1-403-489-5711 (Canada)
Jim Wisner (206/360) 748-8942 www.wisnerinc.com (mfg. of rare parts)
www.sarcoinc.com
Ken's Parts and Guns in Irving, TX
www.wisnersinc.com 360-748-4590 (obsolete firearms parts)
www.thedealershowroom.com
Glend Arms Mfg. Co., PO Box 361, Secane, Pa. 19018 (manufacturer of firing pins)
Marstar Canada www.marstar.ca (British Commonwealth military arms)
www.coltparts.com
www.ssporters.com (parts for old handguns, curios and relics)
Liberty Antique Gunworks, 19 Key St., Eastport, Me. 04631 (207) 853-4116
(obsolete S&W parts)
www.savvysurvivor.com/handguns_and_handgun_magazines_f.htm
Hoosier Gun Parts, www.hoosiergunworks.com
Marty's Gunsmithing, 371 Spring Valley Rd. Elko, NV. 89801 Ph. (207)738-2666 (obsolete Remington parts)
www.oldwestgunsmith.com, dave@oldwestgunsmith.com (old handguns, esp. Smith & Wesson parts)
www.vintagesporting.com
www.robertrtg.com
www.leesgunparts.com
www.ellwoodepps.com
www.vtigunparts.com, mail@vtigunparts.com, VTI Gun Parts, PO Bx 509,Lakeville, Ct. 06039 (Parts for Uberti, Peitta, Pedersoli, Ruger, Colt and USFA replica and reproduction guns.)
armatt@aol.com (parts for low-end handguns)
Miga Gun Parts, a division of Midway Guns, PO Box 569, 9754 E Oglethorpe
Hwy, Midway, GA 31320, Phone: 912-884-5616 or 884-5597, e-mail:
midwayguns@coastalnow.net, www.galleryofguns.com, Ask for Penny
Dixie Gun Works in Union City Tenn (Colt and replica handgun parts)
John A. Kopec (916)472-3438 (Colt grips)
Egyption Helwan parts: M&M Gunsmithing (703)739-2150
Old West Parts Bin, 1463 Funston Ave., San Francisco,Ca. 94122 (antique guns)
Stevens Sight & Tool Co., RD 1 Box 307C, Effort,Pa. 18330 (215)681-5670 (Old Stevens firearms)
Ed Cox..Circle C X Antiques. PO Bx 2197, Fernley Nv. 89408 (775)575-6205 (old handguns)
Springfield Sporters, (724) 254-2626, Mon-Fri 0900 to 1700 hrs EST/EDT
www.germanguns.de/exportindex.htm (German and maybe some other European firearms.)
PHH,Inc., 1330 Center Ave.,Pittsburgh,Pa. 15229 Ph#412-766-6100 (Ruger parts)


For more listings go to www.brownells.com/categories.aspx?c=4815


Websites that may also have gun parts:

www.auctionarms.com
www.gunbroker.com
www.ArmsBid.com
www.gunsamerica.com
www.armchairgunshow.com
www.gunlistonline.com
www.gunpurchase.com
www.gunshowonthenet.com
eBay (go to GUNSURPLUSPARTS, I think)

You might also find a broken or inoperable "parts gun" for sale on one of these websites, which can be cannibalized for the parts you need. You can sell the remaining parts on the internet, or this forum's host. Re-post here if you aren't familiar with purchasing guns across state lines.


Also, try to post on some want ads boards, (gunbroker.com has one as does auctionarms.com) or ask questions at some shooters forums. Search for some here: www.gunshow.net/links.htm


There's other possibilities if you don't have any luck with the above. Re-post here.


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