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Old 11-13-2010, 05:03 PM
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Does anybody know where I could find some rear sights for my Interarms 44 Virginia Dragoon? Had a scope on it before. Any help would be appreciated
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Have you looked at Ruger rear sights?
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Not yet. I'm kinda unfamiliar with the sights and all. Didn't know if any were interchangeable.
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google Numrich gun parts
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Also Jack First, Inc. has a lot of obscure gun parts.
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Also Jack First, Inc. has a lot of obscure gun parts.
Thanks, I'll check it out. Numrich didn't have any.
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I have a Virginian Dragoon 44 mag as well, I didn't know how popular they were. I was looking for parts for mine too and didn't know where to find any. Good to know other people still have them...
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