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Shotgun ejectors

Discussion in 'Shotguns (SGC)' started by mbison, Jun 1, 2014.

  1. mbison

    mbison Busy Member

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    Mine are very stiff. Does anyone fancy doing a video of how to remove them? I wanna give em a clean and grease.
     
  2. darklord

    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    if there like berets you push them in until they hit the key way they pry them out. Oil not grease though a good thicker gun oil like the p beretta case oil.
     
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    Mine are super stiff, I can't seem to maneuver them out
     
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    engraver Keyboard Hero

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    spray a bit of wd40 on and leave them a minute or two, then try and work them in and out with your thumb.

    Is it a Beretta you have?

    If so like already said just push them in with your thumb and turn them when the key slot lines up they should just release and then you can let them out slowly making sure not to loose the springs and pins inside.

    Also watch your thumb as they are sharp as hell, but it sounds like they need a good clean if they are that stiff.
     
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    Na mate, its an e. rizinni!

    I have no idea how to take them out, they don't seem to have that "key slot" that I've seen on other vids/advise.

    Cheers though :) if you know owt about Riz's that'd be great.
     
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    B. Rizzini ( and I assume CG as well, but I haven't looked that closely at CG ejectors) you push the ejector forward, push up on the front slide ( it keeps the ejector in place forward) You the depress the "keeper" in the hole in the perpendicular slide under the ejector and release the front slide. The ejector slides out the chamber end.


    Hi I found this whilst surfing. Does not make sense to me but perhaps with the gun in front of you!!!!:confused:
     
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    Haha I'll have a shot. I'll take some up close pictures later lads. Thanks again for all the help. I've been trawling for hours.
     

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