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Arisaka Type?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by RaNgEr-1, Jun 3, 2011.

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  1. RaNgEr-1

    RaNgEr-1 Member

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    Hello everyone, I have a little problem, I just got a rifle and it turns out to be an Arisaka type ??, I'm sure it has been re done (bubba), it says 308 win on it, The extractor will not pull out the shell after firing, Can anyone tell me what size extractor is needed for the 308 conversion ???? 6.5 or the 7.7, I have found the part on Numrich...Any Help?? May be a 38, It looks like any other rifle, As far as the stock goes, Looks like this one on you tube with bubba... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTBUO9DyHbg
     
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    Case head size is the same for 6.5, 7.7 and .308.
    Are you sure the extractor is broken? Does it have a new barrel on it??
     
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    It had a good size chip out of it, I (get this) welded it and tried to get the angle right but no luck....tried to bubba it....lol

    Thanks for the info...
     
  5. RaNgEr-1

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    More info..

    stamped on top 308 win ??? Chambers the 308 but wont pull it out after or before shot, the extractor lifts out wards when I pull it back out... very tight..If I push down on the extractor it will most times pull out the shell....
     
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    I think your first purchase ought to be a chamber casting so you can see exactly what you've got. That will also rule out burrs or grooves caused by the rechambering.

    Good luck.

    BSW
     
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    What does chamber casting cost around?
     
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