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Once the shell is fired the ejector will not eject the shell i have to take apart the gun and tape the shell out. it seems like the ejector poling the shell at an angel. what do i do?

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A failure to eject a round happens most commonly when the casing of the newly fired round does not successfully leave the chamber of the gun. This can commonly be caused by a broken extractor claw, excessively-dirty gun chamber, case rim failing, or several other reasons.
Pump action (sometimes called slide action): the shotgun`s forend or another handle is retracted by the shooter`s support hand, which opens the breech, ejects a spent cartridge, and when returning the forend to its forward position, chambers a fresh shell from the magazine.
Depends on the shotgun. Some have mechanical ejectors which will eject the shell or shells when you break the gun open, others have a manually operated ejector when you cycle the action, pump guns, and semi autos have an extractor and ejector.
The magazine, with a capacity of four rounds was provided with a wooden insert to limit magazine capacity to two rounds in the magazine. From 1966, it was offered with the option of the Winchester Recoil Reduction System, a telescopic butt recoil shock absorber to reduce the apparent recoil force.
A dirty gun or a corroded chamber can lead to failures to eject, as can the lack of a firm grip on the part of the shooter. If this situation does occur, you`ll want to do what is called the “Tap Rack Bang” drill. First, tap the magazine to ensure that it is fully seated.
A squib load, also known as a squib round, pop and no kick, or just a squib, is a firearm malfunction in which a fired projectile does not have enough force behind it to exit the barrel, and thus becomes stuck.
Certainly, they`re called revolvers. You might`ve noticed that there wasn`t a shell casing ejected – that`s because it`s still in there. Break-action shotguns and breechloaders in general don`t eject casings either. Which gun has the biggest bullet?
Ejector guns have two pieces, one for each barrel where extractor only guns have a solid piece of metal. Ejector guns are unique in that if only one shell is fired, upon opening the gun, only that ejector will fire.
As the bolt is thrust forward, it pushes a cartridge into the chamber and cocks the piece. The trigger releases the spring-driven firing pin inside the bolt. After firing, the extractor on the head of the bolt removes the spent cartridge and ejects it.
Slug shells can also be made with specialty non-lethal projectiles such as rubber and bean bag rounds. Shotguns have an effective range of about 35 m (38 yd) with buckshot, 45 m (49 yd) with birdshot, 100 m (110 yd) with slugs, and well over 150 m (160 yd) with saboted slugs in rifled barrels.
Our Team Said: The Winchester 1200, the original Defender, is a formidable shotgun and the smoothest action tested. We found the Winchester 1200 to be nice handling.
The Winchester Model 1200 was one of the models to be phased out, when the U.S. Repeating Arms Company acquired Winchester from Olin in 1980. The 1200 eventually ceased all production by 1981 and ceded the pump shotgun line to the Model 1300.
Failure to eject arises after the round is discharged and the empty bullet casing does not completely clear the ejection port before the slide completes its forward cycle. It is commonly caused by inadequate shooting hand support during recoil or by clothing or another object impeding the motion of the slide.
The biggest potential risk with overcleaning is damaging sensitive or essential parts of the gun. This could, in turn, affect accuracy and reliability, which can present some safety issues when you use your firearm.
A failure to extract occurs when the casing of the just-fired round is not successfully extracted from the chamber. This can be caused by an overly-dirty chamber, broken extractor claw, case rim failures, or several other causes.
Often, bullet removal and formal debridement are unnecessary and can lead to additional tissue damage or complications such as infection, iatrogenic neurovascular injury, deep vein thrombosis, and bleeding.
Stuck bullets are caused by one of the following: Oversize or mismatched core seat die compared to point form die. Oversized or improperly annealed bullet jackets (especially tubing). Lack of correct lubricant (Corbin Swage Lube).
A typical 12-gauge, 2 ¾-inch 00 Buckshot shell holds 8 pellets that are 0.33″ in diameter. A 3-inch shell most often contains 12 of these same sized pellets.
Nothing like plastic shells.” These water-resistant, wax-impregnated paper shotgun shells were introduced in the 1870s as a lower-cost and lighter alternative to brass shells. Paper shotgun shells remained popular until the 1960s when plastic hulls took over the market.
Caseless ammunition weapons are often meant for horizontal fire, meaning that highly sub-sonic ammunition leads to very limited range and poor accuracy due to the rapid loss of projectile velocity.
For example, if you drop your cartridge near a steel object and it lands at the perfect angle with enough force, the bullet could go off. When there`s enough force, the impact on the primer would mimic the impact of a firing pin after the trigger of a gun is pulled.
Wastewater is kept flowing away from your house by gravity. However, the main portion of the drain system can`t just rely on gravity, especially if it`s located in a basement. That`s why a sewage ejector pump is needed to force that wastewater into either the municipal sewer main or your septic tank.
A sewage pump — also known as an ejector pump — has a tank or basin that collects sewage from your home. When the waste reaches a certain level, the pump turns on and pushes it uphill to your home`s main sewer line. Then gravity takes over, and the sewage flows to the city line on the street or a septic tank.
Why does the military still use bolt action? The bolt-action is still common today among sniper rifles, as the design has the potential for superior accuracy, reliability, lesser weight, and the ability to control loading over the faster rate of fire that alternatives allow.

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I have a winchester 30-30 model 94 in very good condition.It is a top ejection lever action,very short and light weight rifle.The serial#is 4312365 and i have been told that proves that it was made in 1976.I hve also been told that the top ejection 94 was discontnued in 1962 or 64.How can i determine for sure the age and value of this rifle?I seem to be getting conflicting answers from everyone.I have a buyer who wants to pay me 200.00 for it.Is this a fair offer or not?
ANSWER : The only way to find out the real age and value is to take it to your local gun shop. They have books with all the serial # in it and can tell you the age. They will also be able to tell you the value depinding on the condition. You can also call winchester at 800.333.3288 or 801.876.2711 or look on the link below.

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Mossberg 500,12 ga. shells will not feed
ANSWER : This will sound sort of stoopid but trust me, more folks do it than you would believe. First thing….push the shell all the way up into the mag tube til your thumb is up the first knuckle. If you only push the shell til you hear the first click, you’re only pushing it past the first stop. With it one stop in, a pump will drop it on the floor every time. Simple way to prove that, load three shells into the tube but only load the last one til you hear the one click. Pump it. First hits the floor, rest load perfectly. See what I mean? On ALL pump shotguns, you have to hit both stops so push the shells in up to your first thumb knuckle.

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When I fire my mossberg 935 the shell gats stuck at a 15-20 degree angle and does not clear the breach before the next shell begins to load. The shell is not kicking out. The breach is locked back as if you are clearing the chamber/magazine.
ANSWER : Normally that would indicate a problem with the ejector and/or extractor. You will need to remove the bolt and bolt carrier and make sure the extractor is clean and operating and make sure the ejector is not broken or jammed somehow. He may need the gun exploded drawing and parts list to determine this. Some Mossberg schematics I have seen lack sufficient detail for a novice to identify some individual parts.

If you can’t get the extractor out, soke the bolt in something that is made to disolve powder. The extractor is pretty easy to take out. from what i recall no pins hold it in, its all held in under small pressure spring.

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Winchester 94 serial numbers
ANSWER : It’s worth what someone is willing to pay for it. Which is another way of say, book value is great, but only if someone is willing to offer that. gives a broad idea of the range of prices, but makes no specific mention of the Limited Edition walmart model.

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Model 70 270 win will not eject spent shells where can i find parts for winchester model 70 xtr 270 win bolt
ANSWER : The ejector pin becomes flattened with sharp edges… it shaves brass, the brass helps stick the pin which is also penned out and a bit larger now. I took mine out and honed it so that it did not shave brass and would slide easily in the hole…. Make sure your spring is back in before you try the pin (You want something to push it back out). Most important… don’t let the pin and spring get away from you. You can look on a chambered and ejected cartridge to see exactly where the bras is being shaved from. In my case it was the very back, outer flange, indicating the ejector pin.Good luck … hint… really use your eyes

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I have a Winchester 1400 that fails to eject low base shell cases. I have had this gun since new (1971) and for most of it’s life it did not exibit this problem.ron
ANSWER : Hello Ron,

Without looking at the gun it is hard to diagnose, but what
runs across my mind first is at the font of the magazine tube there should be a
valve cap assembly. The valve cap
assembly is basically a plunger and a spring, which vents extra gasses away
from the mechanism. It sounds to
me that either the spring in the assembly has either become weak or more likely
fouled with carbon deposits which is causing it to stick open somewhere and
venting a little too much gas for the low power shells to work the mechanism.

Unfortunately, as you probably already know, there doesn’t
seem to be a way of disassembling the valve cap assembly to clean it. So, every once in a while I take the
valve cap off of mine and submerge it into a product called Kroil, which is a
very fine penetrating oil, you can get Kroil at or some gun shops carry
it. Soaking it always gets some
stuff out of it for me. You could
probably also use gun scrubber, however I just choose not to. Anyway, good luck with everything.


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My shell for my winchester model 70 will not fit my 270, they will not let my close the bolt. Have tried both rem. core lock and the winchester power max
ANSWER : Your Winchester 70 (for which you did not list a caliber) is likely not the same as your 270 (which is a caliber, not a model number) If you look on the barrel (generally stamped right below the iron sight or just before the barrel joins the gun), you should find the caliber of the rounds for expected use.If you did not buy the weapons new, there is a possibility that one of them was re-chambered for a “wildcat” round. In that case a factory brass may be longer than what you need, preventing you from closing the action.Any competent gun store employee or a local gun smith can easily find the correct ammunition for your weapon.Remember….the model such as for example a Remington 700 is a model. That weapon is chambered for many different rounds but you cannot interchange them.

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