This is a discussion on P-38 within the Firearm Cleaning & Maintenance forums, part of the General Firearm Discussion category; My family went to the range that I belong to and had a great time.My son is in
his senior year at college and lives ...
April 10th, 2010 12:58 AM
My family went to the range that I belong to and had a great time.My son is in
his senior year at college and lives about an hour away so we don't get to see
him much.Shooting always been a thing we connected on I remember he started
shooting a 22 at 5 years old moved up to 4/10 at 7 year old.
Here's my problem just as we where finishing up he was shooting up what we
had for 9mm ammo,for all purposes it could of been wolf or a reload.The reload
came from a very reliable source.The problem is the pistol slide is now stuck in the closed position.There's very little to grab to pull the slide open.Any ideas
before taking to a gunsmith.This has some value to it due to the time and place it was built and the condition it's in.
It came to the United States as a war trophy on of three by three Greek brothers
who settled in Maine .They opened up a candy shop that my step- father worked
and they gave him one, so it's been in our family since the early 50's.
April 10th, 2010 08:54 AM
I had a problem with my P-38 some months back. It was suggested that I contact Earl (information below). I did. He spent a couple of minutes on the phone with me and under his guidance the problem was resolved.
He seemed very helpful. He could have easily told me to send the pistol in and made some money off me, but he didn't. He helped me.
I would consider giving him a call:
Earl's Repair Service, Inc.
437R Chandler Street
Tewksbury, MA 01876
April 10th, 2010 07:30 PM
Thanks ,I appreciate the help.
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