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  • vzdude

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    I have an old Baker-Standard box lock double barrel. Looking for the left sear, or rear trigger / left barrel sear. However you want to name it lol. I've searched to the end of the 'ol interwebs with no results. I'll add a pic shortly to see if anyone recognizes a familiar part that may work, or a gunsmith that may be able to fabricate one. My local guy says no can do.
     

    indyblue

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    Have you checked Numrich? Don't know anything about Baker models though so these may not apply.
    They may be able to lead you to some parts though as they specialize in rare/used gun parts.
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    Creedmoor

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    Do they still have the front stuffer shows around Indiana?
    Used to go to the show at Hamilton Co 4H building. Maybe lookup Jon Shupper, Shipper something like that. He teaches classes and engraves firearms.
     

    vzdude

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    I’m not sure if it’s actually spring steel or simply due to the small size, it’s allowed to flex. I considered trying to weld it back together and see what happens!
     
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    55fairlane

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    Find (Google) micro weld (shop) .....not real cheap, but on one of a kind stuff it's worth it.
    I had some rolling block parts saved in that manner
     

    Slow Hand

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    You might look at similar vintage LC Smith guns and maybe Folsom as well. Fro:what I remember Smith and Baker were closely associated early on and might have shared some designs. Might be close enough that you could modify an easier to get LC Smith part.
     

    Leadeye

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    Parts like that are something I would like to try 3D printing with an engineered plastic. Lots of stuff that's otherwise unobtainium.
     
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