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    P14 / M1917 Coil Spring Ejector eBay

    This is not mine nor do I know the seller this is just a heads up.

    Break proof NOS coil sprung ejectors. They are on my P14 and M1917. I haven't seen these for sale in years and it says the seller has 2 left. Ever break one early into a range day? These last forever. Grab them boys.

    1917 Enfield Ejector Kit (#Z-722) | eBay
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    Repaired several using coil spring from tire valve.

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    Or use a spring from a pen. Interestingly, two CAI stamped rifles I bought both had the modified ejectors in them.

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    The ones for the Remington 30 work just fine. I think they are still available at Nurmrich? But as said a ball point pen spring and the broken ejector will work for most shooting.

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