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AMT ejector

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by BBBBill, Feb 7, 2012.

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  1. BBBBill

    BBBBill Member

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    Anyone know if the old AMT's had glued in ejectors? A buddy has one in need of a new ejector that has no sign of a retaining pin or hole in either slide groove. (OK, we know that it is a piece of crap and really needs a new gun to be installed under that C-More Serendipity. :D )
     
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    AMT made several guns but I will say it just rests on the slide.
     
  3. BBBBill

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    I got an answer elsewhere and verified on the gun in hand. It was actually welded in place with a tack weld on the inside next to the rear locator stud. Weld was ground flush. Carefully cut it away with a cutoff wheel.
     
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