You can find a replacement firing pin for a Stevens model 87D 22 cal rifle at a gun dealership. You can also find it by contacting the manufacturer.
Find a good gunsmith or machinist
A firing pin that is mounted on/in a hammer
Firing Pin Block
What should Firing pin protrusion measure?
Like it says, the firing pin rotates as the action cycles.
By action of the hammer striking the firing pin, forcing it into the primer.
E-gunparts.com, want ads, gun show, gun shops, MidWay USA, Brownell's
firing pin block
Firing pin is what strikes the back end of bullet igniting propellant
You can find a firing pin for the ranger at Numerick Gun Parts Corporation.
I am looking for a firing pin for a Crescent Firearm I believe the serial # is 8894
How to replace a firing pin from a Charles Daly 20-gauge semi automatic
Try to fire it then if it does not fire the firing pin isnt in
Take it to a gunsmith. Remove cylinder - remove firing pin pin located under rear site - use finishing nail/small center punch ,place against back of firing pin and tap lightly driving pin toward "removed" cylinder
Try e-gunparts.com and Marlin
Best left to a gunsmith
The purpose of Beretta's firing pin catch is to prevent the firing pin from going forward from in the event that the pistol is dropped. It's just simply redundancy, every precaution to not put little holes into your body is taken.
There is usually a screw on the top of the receiver in front of the hammer or a pin through the side of the receiver holding the firing pin in.
Yes the firing pin should float freely on top of the breech bolt. If you take the gun down (seperate the receiver) the firing pin will be visible, and should slide freely backa and forth.
I don't know where or who made it, but I found a firing pin for a very old single shot mossberg 22 out of MO. I'll look for the address for you and you don't need a firearms permit to get it sent thru the mail to you!