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I need a lifter for an H & R SB 1 receiver. Anyone have one they would part with? G66

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Do you mean transfer bar?

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There's always Numrich if you can't find one for less.

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Tim,

The Numrich web page lists two variations: 1139220A and a 1139220B, are they different and which would I need for an SB2 frame? I called Numrich the other day and the person said for an SB2 the p/n was 1359450A and they were out, so I'm glad to hear there is an alternative. Kind of think I recall you posted something about this a while back.

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H&R lists one lifter striker part number for all frames, rifle or shotgun, so if there's a difference for the Numrich parts, Numrich made them different, I'd order the 1139220A for the NEF Pardner since it's a late production, the only H&R Numrich lists is for H&R Inc made up to 1986, NEF are 1987-on.

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It says they are new reproduction so maybe we will be able to continue to get parts without resorting to ebay used parts. Thanks!
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I bought one from a used parts supplier to replace the broken one. Would still like to have another for a spare. Thanks everyone.

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So, I tried the above part from Numrich in a 1993 era .270 I just bought from the local gun store and which had a broken lifter striker. Didn't work, left a barely noticeable dent in a primed case when the trigger was pulled. Anybody have a different result with these? Ended up using the lifter striker out of my 12 gauge, which worked and set off the primers fine with a deep dent. Difference between the stock part and the Numrich part appears to be that the stock part upper piece is about 0.040" longer on the side that contacts the firing pin. The bottom parts appear the same, which is fortunate because that was the piece that broke and if I can find a pin to connect the old lifter top to the new bottom, I can get the 12 gauge back in service.
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So, I tried the above part from Numrich in a 1993 era .270 I just bought from the local gun store and which had a broken lifter striker. Didn't work, left a barely noticeable dent in a primed case when the trigger was pulled. Anybody have a different result with these? Ended up using the lifter striker out of my 12 gauge, which worked and set off the primers fine with a deep dent. Difference between the stock part and the Numrich part appears to be that the stock part upper piece is about 0.040" longer on the side that contacts the firing pin. The bottom parts appear the same, which is fortunate because that was the piece that broke and if I can find a pin to connect the old lifter top to the new bottom, I can get the 12 gauge back in service.
Which part# didn't work? There are 2 variations and part numbers on that page, 1139220A and 1139220B, both listed as new production.

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The one I ordered was the 1139220A. I assume they shipped the right part, but like most their parts they don't come in a package with a part number. However, the pictures of the two parts look the same so maybe they are the same part.
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