Ejector & Spring Down Range
Feeling quite good about myself after disassembling the flat bolt on my Inland I went to the range to see if still worked. Well, it did, nicely for about 75 rounds until it misfired. I opened the bolt, removed the mag and chambered round and out fell the extractor, extractor plug and spring . The ejector and spring were no where in sight. Does anyone have an ejector and spring on the loose or recommend where to purchase? I suspect I didn't have the extractor plug flat oriented correctly (or ?). It was a Type II. What is the correction position for the flat? Thanks for your help, John
04-19-2009 12:46 PM
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The flat portion of the extractor plunger faces the flat portion of the extractor. The flat portion of the plunger faces down. It fairly easy to assemble the extractor plunger in an incorrect position. The ejector and ejector spring may have been launched out the front of the barrel, with or without the aid of a bullet and combustion gasses behind them.
You are lucky you found any of the parts other than the bolt body.
Lots of good sources, here are a couple:
US Armory US Armory Home Page
Orion 7 Orion 7 Enterprises Inc.
I have some type 2's. Email me if you want.