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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 10:19 am 

Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2013 9:29 am
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I hope you can help me. I live in Oshawa. This weekend I picked up a Webley Senior Birmingham 4. It seems to me I’m going to need a sear which is worn down and is not engaging in the mechanism. I’m looking also to get a trigger spring, mine is OK but down the road as a spare. The 3 pins that hold the trigger mechanism together I need also. I notice that this pistol doesn't have the rubber piston ring for the pressure but it has a copper piston ring and I know earlier models also had thick leather piston rings , I just want to make sure I can get the original piston rings that came with it for down the road. Also I’m looking for the mainspring for down the road.
Does anyone know where I can get these parts especially the sear?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 10:28 am 

Joined: Tue Oct 13, 2009 1:27 am
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Location: Vancouver
Here: ... parts.html
There is also this place - ... ainspring/ - but their prices were significantly higher when I wanted to order a few mainsprings and a Senior sear. I was very happy with the value and their speed of delivery, and the springs have been performing well in my early 1950's Senior and my Tempest.

The 'copper' washer is the original type. Rubber would not be nearly as durable, and when fitted well the beryllium-copper alloy provides an excellent seal at firing and is very smooth in operation.

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