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I stupidly broke the arm that holds the trigger guard in place on my HK 416 22lr pistol lower receiver. Any advise? Be nice.
 

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The manufacturer?
 

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Walther makes them , not sure the piece he's talking about
 

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I think he means the ears where the trigger guard is held in place by a roll pin. If they aren't supported when you insert the pin you can snap them off.

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I think he means the ears where the trigger guard is held in place by a roll pin. If they aren't supported when you insert the pin you can snap them off.

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That's right, I broke the ear where the trigger guard attaches to the lower receiver. I want to know if I can purchase either a complete or unassembled lower receiver for my HK 416 22lr pistol, built by Walther and sold in the US by Umarex.
 

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I have never seen the 416 22 sold anything other than a compete pistol or rifle. My googlefu also came up with no luck.

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I broke my Walther/HK416 Bolt's Ejector when a round had its base blow out adjacent to the ejector; Walther Customer Service repaired the missing ejector & spring for free. Your broken 'tab' may not be covered, but I'd at least try asking their Technical Dept for options; you never know...

Pistol: HK 416 PISTOL - Walther Arms
Rifle: HK 416 D145RS - Walther Arms
I called them about purchasing either a complete lower or just the lower receiver and the customer service guy just kept saying that the lower is the gun and has to go to an FFL. I know, do you sell one. He said no. I will trying the repair route and by happy to pay for it within reason. Thanks.
 

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Warranty? Just an idea... Unless it happened from abuse or it is a very old purchase, I do not see why it would not be a warranty item for the manufacturer. That said, I'll be careful with my Walther 416 rifle after reading this thread.
Best of luck
 
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