Let's start with a couple premises first. It's appropriate to learn repair work on pens with little value (dollars and sentimental). Sounds like you're doing that.
But that also means that any money you put into this pen won't ever be recovered. So having a part fabricated probably isn't a good idea.
It is difficult to find a matching part by long distance if the part you're seeking isn't a reliable standard size like you'd find on a top tier pen.
A source for your part is ebay (many shun ebay, I do not). Do a search for Wearever pens and you'll get several hundred results. Scan through them and find one that looks like yours and try to buy it. It'll be way cheaper than fabrication.
If you're lucky enough to have a local pen club, contact them and you may be able to avoid ebay altogether.
If you can't find the part, it may be that this pen becomes a parts pen for another pen that you come across in the future.
Best of luck
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