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Jericho R Schematic and Parts Numbers

IWI's famous pistol. Has been imported to the US by Charles Daly/KBI, Magnum Research, and Mossberg under various names.

Jericho R Schematic and Parts Numbers

Postby ADV » Fri Apr 02, 2010 5:15 pm

Jericho Schematic with Manufacturer's Part Numbers


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Re: Jericho R Schematic and Parts Numbers

Postby ADV » Fri Apr 02, 2010 5:17 pm

Mods please feel free to move this if there's a more appropriate place for it (parts section etc)
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Re: Jericho R Schematic and Parts Numbers

Postby wickersham » Sat Apr 03, 2010 10:11 am

nice. making sticky.
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Re: Jericho R Schematic and Parts Numbers

Postby Jericho » Sun Apr 04, 2010 12:11 am

Awesome! That answers some questions I had about the slide. Has anyone seen this for the .45? I think the hammer spring is set up a bit differently.
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Re: Jericho R Schematic and Parts Numbers

Postby captainofiron » Thu Apr 29, 2010 12:12 pm

great post

here is another good website for info

http://jericho941.nexuslite.com/index.htm
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Re: Jericho R Schematic and Parts Numbers

Postby elzmer » Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:24 am

Does anyone know why the "Walther" logo is on these documents?
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Re: Jericho R Schematic and Parts Numbers

Postby Swordfish » Thu Jun 02, 2011 11:47 pm

elzmer wrote:Does anyone know why the "Walther" logo is on these documents?

Magnum Research has changed the "Baby Eagle" to a Walther P99 now, since KBI/Charles Daly picked up the importation rights again. Which is why the guns coming into the country are called Jerichos instead. KBI/Charles Daly was the original importer. O.F. Mossberg picked it up and it became the Uzi Eagle. MRI branded it the Baby Eagle. Charles Daly has it again and it's the Jericho, albeit the IWI are of a slightly lesser quality. MRI keeps the Baby Eagle name, except now they're importing Walthers.

Maybe someone didn't know the difference between the new Baby Eagle (P99) and the old Baby Eagle (941). Or maybe MRI just puts Walther on all their stuff to tout it around.
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Re: Jericho R Schematic and Parts Numbers

Postby priler » Fri Oct 14, 2011 3:16 pm

this schematic and parts number can be found on the german(not usa) walther homepage website. i downloaded it from there some time ago before i found 941forum.com.

as to why it has "walther" on it,i'm not sure,..but i can guarantee that both walther and magnum research know the difference between the MR fast action(p99 clone) and a baby eagle/jericho.

perhaps it was easier for MR to simply ask walther to produce this schematic for them or perhaps because walther helps MR represent some of there products over in germany. business partners sometimes do things like that. it helps to expand there line of products and it helps global partners be more profitable overall,not to mention help customers.
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Re: Jericho R Schematic and Parts Numbers

Postby RCAFSHOOTER » Sun Dec 04, 2011 7:41 pm

Hi, I'm new here and a new Steel Jericho 941 R owner. Mine came with a single recoil spring, I have seen some with two, what is the difference? Thanks.
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Re: Jericho R Schematic and Parts Numbers

Postby wickersham » Sun Dec 04, 2011 7:55 pm

usually the compact and semi compacts have the dual recoil springs. I think all the full size have the single spring.
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