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Unread 04-21-2021, 11:01 PM   #11
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I see what you are saying, everything seems to be rolled forward (towards the receiver) x 2. I took a picture but I'm having difficulty uploading it. For what it is worth it does stand above the forend like looking down at two thick nickels.
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But be careful in this cocking process - you can damage the forend if you don’t hold it VERY firmly abd don’t let that block of wood slip off the ejector hammers. Those springs are very strong!





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so those hammers need to be cocked back away from the receiver? Started to move them a bit and they are strong! Any tips on this?
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also, not sure if this is important but with the extractors open the forend will fit on the barrel easily and very snug
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Ejectors, not extractors, right?
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correction, extractors
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Sorry to have mislead you if you have extractors and not ejectors.
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I was able to get one of the hammer s back, but not both. Any suggestions? Thanks as always and i really appreciate everyone's time and input
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Something is obviously preventing that ejector hammer from staying cocked. It is often because of dirt, grime, congealed grease or something else.





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