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    M37 Extractor?

    I ended up with a RIA M37 extractor in a box of parts, can these be used in other 30 cal Brownings if the ejector is reversed?

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    Yes...........
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    Thanks. Wasn't a total loss then.

    Quote Originally Posted by TiredIron View Post
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    Out these parts the only thing I have found I have no use for is a M37 driving spring assembly. Most were BAR parts.


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    how much do you want for the drive spring?
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    I have no idea.

    This stuff only arrived this afternoon, still cleaning some of it.


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    how much do you want for the drive spring?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fastmonkey87 View Post
    how much do you want for the drive spring?
    Numerich still sells these but they are proud of them, just sayin....
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    My top price on those M37 drive spring assemblies (purchasing) is $35. I've seen them at a higher asking price, but they are just not that rare.
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    M37 parts

    Hi, Any chance the M37 extractor assembly is still for sale? If so, please email me at dankorreck@hotmail.com Thanks!

    Daniel K

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    If I can find the extractor it will be for sale. It has been in a spares box since that photo was taken three years ago.
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    m37

    Hello

    Put me down for seconds on the M37 extractor

    Thanks Craig

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