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    Canít find the parts! M66 .357

    Hello all.
    Iím trying to fix up my old .357. Iíve got it down to where Iím only missing 2-3 pieces.
    im unable to find these pieces anywhere.
    obviously calling Taurus isnít help as I canít get past the wait time.
    Most areas I look online are sold out or parts Iím not 100% sure on fit wise.
    Any help?
    I believe I need a center pin and spring and extractor spring with rod collar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyAmishMan View Post
    Hello all.
    I’m trying to fix up my old .357. I’ve got it down to where I’m only missing 2-3 pieces.
    im unable to find these pieces anywhere.
    obviously calling Taurus isn’t help as I can’t get past the wait time.
    Most areas I look online are sold out or parts I’m not 100% sure on fit wise.
    Any help?
    I believe I need a center pin and spring and extractor spring with rod collar
    Try the chat feature on TaurusUSA.com. That seems to be the easiest way to get customer service engaged. They have found parts for me (although I had to call in to complete the purchase).

    Also, gunbroker.com often has parts guns for sale. The prices vary wildly from $29 to over $100. Just make sure the parts you need are pictured, as there is never a real inventory, just pictures.

    Whatever you come up with, please post a follow up here so any future searches may benefit from your work.

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    Being you said "OLD Model 66" I assume pre 1989 with the full length center pin..
    I did a search & found only one blued M66 cylinder on eBay for $73.08 Buy It Now..
    Here's the link---> https://www.ebay.com/itm/Taurus-Mode...edb596808f5468
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    Quote Originally Posted by HEADKNOCKER View Post
    Being you said "OLD Model 66" I assume pre 1989 with the full length center pin..
    I did a search & found only one blued M66 cylinder on eBay for $73.08 Buy It Now..
    Here's the link---> https://www.ebay.com/itm/Taurus-Mode...edb596808f5468
    Parts for older Taurus revolvers are going to be few and far between. You may not need an entire assembly, but it may be worth it to buy the whole thing just for one piece.
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    Thank you all for the suggestions.
    I was able to find a nice exploded view of the gun at https://www.gunpartscorp.com/gun-man...volvers-tau/66
    although they were sold out.
    although it helped me narrow down exactly what I needed.
    I was able to find the Extractor spring and collar on eBay without much problem.
    The center pin still alludes me.
    im trying very hard Not to spend $80 on a whole new assembly.
    I will continue to search and keep trying TaurusUsa chat feature.

    Thank you again for all the suggestions I can look into further.

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    Keep watching eBay, One will show up + I'll keep an eye out for a Taurus M66 center pin..
    What barrel length?? IIRC the snubby uses a shorter ejector rod & center pin.. Could be wrong though??

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    Try this guy. He has found some of my more obsolete, strange, unfindable parts.

    https://jack-first-gun-parts.myshopify.com/
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