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    Default WTB: Replacement cocking lever for 770

    Hi... new to the forum but not new to HK products

    I just picked up a 770 which is in pretty nice shape. The gun came with both 3 and 10 shot clips, the proper quick disconnect scope base and rings and a Zeis diavari-c 3-9x36 for 1950 Canadian (about 1400 US). The wood is nice and so is the bluing.

    Unfortunately the cocking lever has been broken off. The guy who owned it made a bit of a steel rod replacement which seems to work fine (according to the guy selling who I have dealt with numerous times before).

    I was sure that I would be able to find a cocking lever somewhere, but I am running into dead ends all over.

    So... questions I have are:

    Anyone know of any part sources?

    It looks like the lever from an SL 6 or 7 should work???

    Has anyone machined one before? I saw one gentleman posted that he had a friend making one and I posted asking if he had any success?

    Greatly appreciate the help folks.

    It’s a beautiful gun, and even without the handle, I know it will be a nice addition to my collection.

    Playtimefun aka Tim

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    Playtimefun,

    Look here. eGun

    If the seller doesn't want to ship out of the EU let me know and I will help.

    Regards,

    G57

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green57 View Post
    Playtimefun,

    Look here. eGun

    If the seller doesn't want to ship out of the EU let me know and I will help.

    Regards,

    G57
    That is a good deal, since cocking levers are very difficult to find in NA. I'd jump on it quick! The seller says they will ship international. Last year, I was lucky to find a guy selling SL7 parts on Ebay, I purchased an extra cocking lever for my HKs.

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    Yep. Information is very much appreciated and I am trying to do it now.

    It’s a little difficult being in German (I think) but trying to get it done with google translate.

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    Well I keep trying and trying to register on that web site but it keeps coming up with an error but each time it comes back in German.

    I’ll have to try it on my laptop versus my iPhone because I am getting more and more frustrated lol.

    To see a picture of the part you need but you can’t get registered lol.

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    I can place a bid for you. What do you want your max bid to be?

    G57

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    Tim, I placed a bid for you.
    Playtimefun likes this.

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    I VERY VERY VERY VERY much appreciate that!!!!

    I have sent the guy a number of emails but have not gotten a reply yet.

    My personal email is [email protected]

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    Need to post one or two more to send emails.

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