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Model 1910 buffer?
June 26, 2020
3:14 am
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tly410
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I have recently taken on the project of building a model 1910 from parts, which I have obtained from various sources.  I have viewed several pictures of the model 1907 disassembled, but find it difficult to locate any showing the model 1910.   I recently learned that even though the two models appear quite similar, their respective parts are not necessarily interchangeable.   I wondered if anyone is familiar with the internal parts of the 1910, specifically the buffer and buffer washer.  Not knowing how they differ from those in the 1907, I would like to see how they look both installed and uninstalled.   Can anyone provide me with pictures or a source where I can purchase them?

Any help is appreciated.

June 26, 2020
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The part numbers are not the same.

1907 buffer-15207, buffer washer-15307

1910 buffer-15210, buffer washer-15310, buffer pocket-44410

https://forums.gunboards.com/showthread.php?759266-Winchester-1907-buffer

June 29, 2020
2:06 am
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My thanks to Chuck for the info regarding buffer parts for the 1910.  You refer to a buffer pocket 44410?   I've no clue as to what that might be and haven't seen any pics showing the 1910 parts assembled.   I have seen disassembled view and parts diagrams for the 1907, but not for the 1910, nor have I see any parts list referencing a buffer pocket, which apparently is unique only to the 1910?

Anyone out there who can add more input to this topic?

June 29, 2020
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I believe that it is the metal cylinder that holds the buffer? Watch the video starting at about 2 minutes.

Go to the second picture on this site.

https://vintagesemiautorifle.proboards.com/thread/1233/parts

June 29, 2020
8:46 pm
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Chuck,  I looked at the pic you referred me to.  It was very helpful and now I can see what the buffer pocket looks like.  It seems like something that would be easy to make if I knew the dimensions.  I'm sure finding one with the buffer and buffer washer,  would be like finding ocean front property in Arizona.

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