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#1 Oldtrooper

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Posted 12 April 2019 - 04:24 PM

This topic comes up on a regular basis on this forum, especially with new semi auto gun owners. Mis-feeds causing the extractor to pop out of its track with a FTF.

 

I solved this problem by lightly staking the extractor with the bolt. I can still remove the extractor by lightly tapping on the rear of it with a punch driving it forward. I have read that Kahr will pin the extractor, and this probably would be a better fix ... As long as the pin/screw doesn't shoot loose and jam the bolt up into the receiver.

 

All I am saying is this fix worked for me ... I have never had an extractor issue since I did this.

 

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#2 Hossbreed45

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Posted 12 April 2019 - 05:38 PM

What is that hole on the bottom of the bolt below the extractor?

 

Looks like a roll pin is in there.

 

What is it pinning in place?


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#3 Oldtrooper

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Posted 12 April 2019 - 06:00 PM

What is that hole on the bottom of the bolt below the extractor?

 

Looks like a roll pin is in there.

 

What is it pinning in place?

Firing pin retracting pin


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#4 peter kohler

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Posted 14 April 2019 - 11:35 AM

I bought a new USGI extractor for my west hurly and staked it the same way ... haven't had a miss feed or ejection problem since.    I also bought a used 27 not knowing what problems it had and I ended up replacing the firing pin and extractor.   I also used the USGI extractor in it.   didn't have to stake it and it runs like a champ.  


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