Where to get Bristol Spline screws?

Does any one knows where I can get small Bristol Spline screws? (2-56, 4-40)
Thanks,
Alex
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Alex
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Torx would be a better choice these days, more availability of both hardware and drivers. Haven't seen Bristol spline stuff since the mid-'60s, myself.
Stan
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stans4
I did a quick search on Google and can find lots of companies selling the tools but no one seems to sell the screws. The only place I've ever seen them is in aircraft instruments.
I'd check with the manufacturer to see if they can recommend a supplier but I suspect that they're used so rarely nowadays that you won't find them in small quantities.
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I agree with the suggestion to use Torx if you can...
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Keith Marshall
Here's one to try.....Paul
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catguy
Thanks, they do have them.
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Alex
Some time clocks and industrial clock systems used bristol
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