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I'v got a 1934 Model Beretta, 380 cal pistol in original condition - except some minor wear and pitting in the barrel. I see that Nurich has a M1934 orginal replacement barrel for sale. Has anyone dealt with these people and would you know if the barrel would be a "drop in" with no further modifications needed?
 

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Numrich Arms is an old and respected company - a supplier of last resort for parts for lots of obsolete guns. Never dealt with them directly myself, but I know of many gunsmiths who have.

I think you need to talk to some Beretta specialists to get the answer you need about drop-in or not.
 

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Ordered many parts and pieces from them over the years. Great to deal with. Only problem is they don't always have what you want and if they do you better buy it when you see it, because once they sell some parts it can be a long time before you see them there again.
 

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I bought some things from them about 2 years ago. Items were shipped promptly and there were no problems as I recall.
 

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I'v got a 1934 Model Beretta, 380 cal pistol in original condition - except some minor wear and pitting in the barrel. I see that Nurich has a M1934 orginal replacement barrel for sale. Has anyone dealt with these people and would you know if the barrel would be a "drop in" with no further modifications needed?
Nurich is a very reputable company. If you find for any reason that you are not able to get the parts need or need gun smithing you may contact us at 888-745-2080

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They are about 10 miles from me. Been around for many, many years. I know several people that work there, and have purchased parts from them in the past. Very reputable company.
 

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Great company to deal with.

I'd love to take a tour of the place.
 

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Great company to deal with.

I'd love to take a tour of the place.
Well Gunny, you're a long, long way off, but if you're ever in the Catskill Mountains area, let me know, and I can arrange a tour for you with some friends that work there!

BTW, I just love, BC, especially Victoria!
 

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Well Gunny, you're a long, long way off, but if you're ever in the Catskill Mountains area, let me know, and I can arrange a tour for you with some friends that work there!

BTW, I just love, BC, especially Victoria!
You've got a deal!!

We'll be in Charlotte next may for the NRA convention, but that's still a fair distance away.

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Great company! Had a rifle at a gunsmith...after several weeks he returned it unfixed claiming the part was unavailable. A quick search of Numrich's produced the part I needed.
 

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I too have bought some hard to find obselete parts from Numrich over the years. I remember when they were "the" place to find gun parts. A few years ago I was rebuilding an old .22 short Beretta 921 and found springs and firing pin here:

All Available BERETTA FACTORY GUN PARTS; Bob's Gun Shop,Beretta Factory Gun Parts.Beretta Pistol Parts, Beretta Obsolete Pistol Parts. Beretta Shotgun Parts, Beretta Obsolete Shotgun Parts, Beretta Double Shotgun Parts. Beretta Automatic Shotgun Part

"Bob" has a lot of hard to find parts, and very good service. I checked his listing (in the above link) but didn't see the barrel for the 1934 listed, although he does seem to have a lot of other parts for that model. If something doesn't work with the Numrich deal, give Bob a call and see what he may know.


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I have purchased from them before. No problems. Everything that I have purchased from them was worth what I paid for it. I have paid w/ Credit Card by phone and never any problems doing that.
 

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Great resourse for hard to find parts. I have dealt with them many times over the years and all transactions have gone well.
 

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I’ll give them a big thumbs up also, great people and fast service. Sometimes if the part you need is not listed on their website give them a call, they may have gotten them in and just have not listed it yet.
 

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And they have manuals for a lot of old guns. I couldn't have repaired a rifle older than me without the parts and the manual/diagram from them.
 

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Numrich, Brownells, and Midway are on most gunsmith's lists as top suppliers for parts.
 

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I too have bought some hard to find obselete parts from Numrich over the years. I remember when they were "the" place to find gun parts. A few years ago I was rebuilding an old .22 short Beretta 921 and found springs and firing pin here:

All Available BERETTA FACTORY GUN PARTS; Bob's Gun Shop,Beretta Factory Gun Parts.Beretta Pistol Parts, Beretta Obsolete Pistol Parts. Beretta Shotgun Parts, Beretta Obsolete Shotgun Parts, Beretta Double Shotgun Parts. Beretta Automatic Shotgun Part

"Bob" has a lot of hard to find parts, and very good service. I checked his listing (in the above link) but didn't see the barrel for the 1934 listed, although he does seem to have a lot of other parts for that model. If something doesn't work with the Numrich deal, give Bob a call and see what he may know.


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Thanks to everyone who replied, I appreciate the input. Regarding Bob's, I have dealt with them before acquiring a replacement magazine for the M1934 pistol in question. :bier:
 

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I've gotten several parts from them and everything has been new old stock.

Then one part I got that needed minor adjustment was a butt plate for an old Remington .22, and all it needed was a little clean up on the edging.
 
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