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682 ejector problem

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by larryx, Feb 7, 2012.

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  1. larryx

    larryx Member

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    Please watch the video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKWk7NPVFpo

    Do you lengthen or shorten the ejector to solve the problem of the bottom barrel.
    Thanks Much
     
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  3. Gapper

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    If you bend the tip of the ejector up it will eject sooner. Turn the gun upside-down, remove the fore-end, tap it lightly with a brass punch and light hammer. The gun in the video ejects too soon, so bend the tip downward, toward the bottom of the gun. This will have it stay engaged with the trip longer. Use caution, those DT's and ASE's are nice guns. If you don't have good hands, take it to a smith. GAP

    P.S. It looks as though the top barrel ejects way too early, even earlier than the lower, so they both need attention.
     
  4. Ray Collins

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    I think you need to remove and clean your ejectors. They get gummed up and hang during functioning. Take them out of the barrel and spray with a good cleaner like brake cleaner(acetone) and immeditely re-oil. Make sure you flush the area of the barrel where they operate because dirt and grung can also build up there; re-oil it as well. Be careful when removing the ejectors because the plunger and spring will take flight and hide themselves quite well. If you haven't removed them before it is quite simple: Press the ejectors in until you see the tang on the edge of ejector line up with the slot on the side of the opening where the ejector rides; then tip the ejector up and out. There is a knack to it but once understood it is quite simple. Examine the spring and plunger to make sure it is serviceable before reinstalling. This usually fixes the problem; hope it does for you.


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  5. larryx

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    Thank You Gapper & Ray
     
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