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BT-99 Ejector?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Libra1310, Aug 22, 2011.

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  1. Libra1310

    Libra1310 TS Member

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    I was wondering if it is possible to install an ejector in a BT-99?
    I find it really annoying having to remove the shells by hand.
     
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  3. Libra1310

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    Fair enough, Thanks!
     
  4. Mike

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    ???? Bt-99's are made with ejectors. If your's is not ejecting is it because the ejector rod is removed? or broken? The answer to your question is yes. Mik
     
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    Not all are made with ejectors - I have a brand new one and it is extract only - which is what I prefer.
     
  6. Libra1310

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    I have to check mine. I think its from 2001.
     
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    News to me. That's what I get for living in a dumpster behind the grocery store.

    HM
     
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    Both clubs I shoot at prefer you to police your hulls, its a lot easier to pick them out of the gun than is to bend over and pick them up off the ground. All though some people think its someone elses job to pick them up and I did that also!!
     
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    As 'yak' stated, the newer BT 99's have extract only. The older ones had the eject function. I'm not sure of when the change was made. The newer ones cannot be converted. Also, even if you are not reloading your hulls, you should put them in your vest or hull bag and empty into the trash. It saves alot of time and money on the clubs part. I see it as no different than throwing your gum wrapper or soda can on the ground expecting someone else to pick up after you.
     
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    Is it possible to get the extractor to lift the shells a little higher?
     
  11. Libra1310

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    I don't reload but many guys at my club do. I always give them my empties. the only problem is, I have hands like a catchers mit. It gets tough to get the shells out. Oh well, I will just have to save the money to get a gun with ejectors.
     
  12. wayneo

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    I think when Browning discontinued the BT-99 in 1995 it was the last year for ejectors. When it was reintroduced in 2001 it only has an extractor.

    There is no way to get them to lift higher, the mono block and extractor can't be changed.

    Wayne
     
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