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Hi - this is my first post ever anywhere - hoping to learn. My uncle, an 82nd Airborne vet brought back a 1937 S/42. He gave it to me when I was 14 but removed the side plate assembly and firing pin assembly. Nedless to say, these parts are long lost. I'm much much older now and my uncle has passed.

I now need to find parts, but would love to find parts stamped with 95.

Any advice is really appreciated... Thanks ! Tony
 

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Tony, welcome to the forum. Folks are always trying to find "that number", it is harder than you imagine.

Finding these parts is not that hard, finding these numbers much harder.

If you want to get it working (even not to fire); that is very possible.

Ed
 

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Tony, I can tell you who has a proper firing pin numbered 95. He also has a Mauser side plate numbered 96 but no 95. If you will send me a PM I'll give you the name and contact info.
 
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