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Rohm RG 10x revolver
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SylviaP
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Posted: March 14, 2011 3:40 PM

Could anyone suggest where I might find a parts diagram/schematic for a Rohm RG 10x revolver? I looked in places suggested by previous posts, and was unable to find anything. Also, would the parts for any of the other RG 22 revolvers be likely to fit this one?
I picked this gun up for something for my boyfriend to tinker with, as he loves this sort of thing, but I would like to at least give him any additional information that I can find, as well.
daniel
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Posted: March 14, 2011 4:18 PM
Look in find manufactures under R then look at ROHM
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daniel
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Posted: March 14, 2011 4:37 PM
ROHM is not the place look at RG instead.
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Zeke
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Posted: March 14, 2011 5:30 PM
These revolvers are as basic as they can be.None are of a unique design. If they are double action, then they(most likely) copy the S&W..in rare instances..the Colt DA revolvers..part names and specs will differ but the guns will assemble and function much as the cited firearms. If they are single action..like a Cowboy gun, then they copy the Colt Single Action Army. For parts, You can check with out Host(order their 3 volume set of paper catalogs...#33) and the "best" source of parts is via e-mail to armatt@aol.com...Be aware that these revolvers were banned from import by the Gun Control Act of 1968. By and large they are cheap pot metal junkers that are as apt to fail to function even when brand new out of the box.In a nutshell, they are the fathers of the term.."Saturday Night Special" and without question JUNK!!!! Sorry, But you do your boyfriend an disservice by getting him started with these type of firearm..there is little GOOD that can be learned from them and are near useless in a self defense situation...IMHO,Of Course.....
Alan in Nevada1
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Posted: March 15, 2011 5:39 AM

But do give him the little revolver anyway. It isn't dangerous to shoot, likely didn't cost much and, if shot a much, may very well require a lot of "tinkering."


For diagrams and schematics of Smith&Wesson and Colt revolvers:

For a freebie try:

www.stevespages.com/page7b.htm
www.gunmanuals.ch.
www.again.net/~steve/page7.htm
www.urban-armory.com/diagrams
www.biggerhammer.com (key in "gun manuals" in the search box)
www.noldensfirearmsresearch.com
www.longhunt.com/schematics/schematics.shtml
www.marstar.ca
hnolden@yahoo.com
www.gunsworld.com
http://www.savage99.com/index.htm
www.bryco-jennings-jimenezarms.com/forum (Bryco and Jennings handguns)
http://tm-techmark.com/jspacek/HSinstructions/ (High Standards)
www.histandard.info/manuals or e-mail to johnjr@highstandard.org (High Standards)
www.waltheramerica.com (Walthers)


Probably not freebies:

www.cornellpubs.com
www.rayrilingarmsbooks.com
abbybooks@comcast.net
www.rediscovered-shooting-treasures.com
www.dixiegun.com and www.trackofthewolf.com (working drawings of old firearms)


This forum's host has for free or for $.99 schematics for a number of guns at
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/catalog/Search.aspx?catid=0&filter=schematics


For any problems or help in the future, you know where we're at. :)






SylviaP
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Posted: March 15, 2011 7:20 AM
Thank you, everyone. I didn't really intend for him to learn anything with this, I am just getting it for him to have fun with, fixing it up for me. This is the type of thing that he enjoys, fixing things and getting them to work properly. Besides, after he gets it fixed, we can have fun, going out plinking with it.
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