Broken action parts of a small American .32RF revolver
(the part that is called the sear). This side of the trigger locks in grooves on the hammer and holds it in cocked position.
It is cracked but not broken off. (Take the dimensions before taking of the tip, take the form with a piece of paper and
pencil) First I grounded a large part off. From a lath cutting tool I took a piece off and grounded a little in shape. Then hard solder and grind to the right form. After grinding roughly use diamond files and after that water proof sandpaper to get the wished
finish. If something is broken and the right form is not known take little by little off, trying each time if it works.
Cylinder stop. When cocking one side (the follower?) is moved by a small pin (cam) on the hammer and so unlocking
the cylinder. When firing the hammer falls and the small pin goes past the cylinder stop because the pin has an enquired surface. Both pin and follower were broken.
First I grounded the left over of the small pin and made a hole on it's place as much
as possible in this hard metal. Then I took a piece of the right diameter drill bit and soldered it in. After that grind it to the right length and grind an angular surface to it. The follower is made of a thin feeler from a gauge set. Again solder it in,
best with a angled cut so the solder surface is longer. Then test everything which means assemble, test, disassemble, correct parts, assemble test etc. etc.