My BIL does gunsmithing as a hobby. He acquired a Stevens Model 87H 22 Semi Auto Rifle a while back. When he was disassembling it to clean and refreshen, he had a problem removing the firing pin. It was jammed and by the time he was able to work it loose, it broke. Looks as though someone repaired it with silver solder and didn't give enough tolerance for the action.
I brought the firing pin to a friend's machine shop for him to give me an idea on how best to repair, or to make a new part. After much discussion and measuring, he gave me a couple sections of Starrett stock material to make another. He would have taken on the task, but is very busy at this time.
As far a replacement, I've search the internet and there is none to be found. There are quite a few people looking for replacement pins.
Below is the damaged firing pin.
Below is the pin and a section of Starrett stock to manufacture a replacement.
The stock is 1/8" thick, so it will need to be narrowed to the thickness of the original firing pin.
Once milled to the correct size and dimensions, it will need to be hardened. I will perform the hardening process, as I have the instructions that came with the stock material.
If anyone here, with a Mill would be willing in taking on the task, please PM me with for more info and a quote.