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shane
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(11/12/01 1:21:17 am)
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I bought a Colt model 2000 All American 9mm not long ago with 5 factory 15rd mags. I mostly got it to put up but could not resist shooting it. So, I put about 150 rounds through it. No problems at all. As a matter of fact I love it and want to continue to shoot it.



My question is, If I do ever break somthing on it can I get it fixed or get parts for it??

Thanks for your help.

Edited by: shane at: 11/12/01 1:22:16 am

AntiqueDr
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(11/12/01 3:09:40 am)
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There are still parts available, but they will dry up fast. If you want to get some parts to put up, make sure you include the sear and firing pin. Dont worry about the springs, any competent smith can make those pretty easily.


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shane
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(11/12/01 8:49:52 pm)
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Thanks for the info.

Where would you suggest I look for a sear and a couple of firing pins? And what can I expect to spend on them?


Thanks again!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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(11/12/01 10:34:19 pm)
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Either Colt or Numrich should be able to fix you up, shouldnt be expensive.

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RobC in Missouri
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(11/14/01 12:43:57 pm)
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Brownell's has also started carrying factory parts, including Colt. Plus they give you the FFL discount whether you're a dealer or C&R!

Used to have an an AA2000, and foolishly sold it to my now ex-brother-in-law. I liked that gun!

RobC in Missouri

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(12/4/01 11:39:13 pm)
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Thanks for the info guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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