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Stevens 87A 22

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by roker, Nov 26, 2008.

  1. roker

    roker New Member

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    Man this is close to a tack driver for a 40's rifle! I did a complete clean job on it & noticed one of the ejector rods would not move. It has two. Anyone know if they both should move? I get a failure to eject the casing now & then. Thanks!:eek:
     
  2. NCsmitty

    NCsmitty Senior Member

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  3. ken22250

    ken22250 Member

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    not quite sure, the one on my glenfield M25 doesent, and my 1920-1920's stevens buckhorn 53b doesent have them,

    ken
     
  4. USSR

    USSR Senior Member

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    roker,

    Ejector rods? I have a pre-war Model 87A, but I don't know what "rods" you are referring to. There are two extractors, one on each side of the bolt.

    Don
     

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