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Unread 03-16-2023, 05:03 PM   #1
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I recently acquired a nice Remington 1894.It has 32 inch barrels,fullxfull,just the way I like them.The stem is broken off on the right ejector.Can another ejector be attainable or will this need to have a new stem welded on and fitted.I assume all the ejectors were fitted or were they a replacement drop in part?It could use a new pad which I can fit myself and have different ones on hand from galazan.I wish they made this style replacement though.I could use advise on the ejector.Thanks,Jeff.
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That Jostam Anti-Flinch pad came out about five years after Remington saw the light quit building break-action shotguns. The very few Remington Hammerless Doubles I've seen with what I believe to be original pads are high-grades with leather-faced Silvers pads with the widow's peak.
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I have a pair of them.
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That's sounds great Brian.Ill contact you tomorrow. I have your website bookmarked.If there's a number listed there I'll call or send me a pm with number if ones not listed.I probably have a couple questions on a couple parkers I would like your input on also.I didn't think this gun came with a pad.Ill probably replace it with a galazan replica.At least this stock is tall enough that one of those xl pads will fit.So many guns have had the stocks cut and are too small.You end up grinding into the web of the pad.Im not aware of any that are shorter other than the solid red pads.
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Sounds and looks like a good 1894. A competent gunsmith will be able to extend the broken stem with tool steel and harden the tip to resist being deformed by the ejector hammer.
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Hello Frank, yep it is a very clean gun.The barrels,bores are really nice and this one has decent case colors remaining.I have a good friend who is a machinist actually lined up to look at this and a few other projects today.I have had him make a couple parts in the past,and has done a great job.But if an ejector is available to drop in with minor fitting I would probably lean that way.I don't know how scarce these are so will not discard the broken one so it could be fixed and used again.As thin as these are and what they do,I'm surprised they last a week.
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