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Are spare parts sets still known to exist for the T26?

I found a T26 hammer and a mainspring auxiliary lever with no serial numbers. These parts are slightly oversized to permit an armorer to fit them to a particular revolver. Are such parts uncommon?

Do you think parts like these should ever be fitted to a revolver, or are they more collectable/historically valuable left as they are?

Pictures of the parts to follow.

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Greg
 

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Are spare parts sets still known to exist for the T26?

I found a T26 hammer and a mainspring auxiliary lever with no serial numbers. These parts are slightly oversized to permit an armorer to fit them to a particular revolver. Are such parts uncommon? Do you think parts like these should ever be fitted to a revolver, or are they more collectable/historically valuable left as they are? Greg
Please do post some photos. Do the parts have Japanese proofs?

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Here are images of the two parts. Note the firing pin.

The close-up is of the inspection mark on the right side of the hammer. There are no other markings on either of the parts.
 

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Looks like the "SUGA" inspection mark from the Tokyo arsenal which would be correct for these parts. IMHO these parts likely came out of an armors parts kit.
 
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