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Ok. I have a 357 mag. And I need as much info as possible. On top it says "jäger Italy- mod. Frontier". I broke the firing pin and can't find ANYTHING on this gun. It is modeled after an old west revolver and it's single action. Help would be so appreciated!!!!
 

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Ben, need pics.

is it one of these?
http://www.sackpeterson.com/models/dakota.html
(I'd suspect it's the Frontier model they produced since that's the text on the barrel)

from Armi Jager:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armi_Jager
Possibly imported by a company called "EMF".


Give Bob's gun parts a call.
http://www.gun-parts.com/index.html/

Don't run the "java" on the website.

He has TON's of parts for a lot of pretty rare and eclectic guns. Don't e-mail. He doesn't check. CALL.

Looks like this person was also looking for parts. Check out the answers he got:
http://www.cascity.com/forumhall/index.php?topic=14658.0

Also looks like the Uberti Dakota models were similar to the Frontier and also made by Armi Jager.

Good Luck!!

D
 

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Not a problem. It's a place to start.

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The "Stallion" SA Revolver was manufactured in Italy, chambered for .357, it came with either 4 5/8" or 6 1/2" barrel lengths. The finish was custom blue with a case hardened frame. It had a three stage trigger. They were a "Frontier" style, single action revolver.
 
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