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Hello I’m new to the whole gun scene and I am looking for some insight. I was given a .38 hammerless lemon squeezer that was having issues when I got a look inside I noticed the sear wasn’t fully engaging the hammer unless you let the trigger snap back...could this be that the parts are just worn or maybe 100 yrs of crud gumming it up? Is it even worth restoring to firing condition…"I’m not looking to make any money I’m just thinking fun factor
 

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Welcome. Pictures please! Dirt or wear are both possible. Remember, modern ammunition standards didn't exist when it was manufactured.
 

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1st get rid of the gunk, that may be all that's wrong w/ it. If there's still issues it will cost more for parts than it's worth.
 
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