Marlin A1 extractor help

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4065tom
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Marlin A1 extractor help

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Still working on my 1936 A1. I ordered an extractor from Numrich and it would not fit my bolt. I don't know if they are all the same, my rifle needs the small post to be round. Anyone know where I can find one. Any help appreciated Tom
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I have 2 with round post but not sure if they fit 1936. E mail me and I can send you some pictures. Do you know part number?
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If his isn't correct, then call Larry Osborn at 208-651-6300. Larry has Marlin screws, plus firing pins and lots of other parts. He's in Idaho.
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I found a picture of what you need and my parts will not work.
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Thanks for looking and the phone number. I think I may have found one at Lee's gun parts. Tom
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No luck on an A1 extractor. Anyone else have any idea where to find one?
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