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How to disconnect TM1 ejector?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by butcher, Dec 23, 2009.

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  1. butcher

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    What is the proper way to disconnect the ejector from a TM1 perazzi?
     
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    Disconnect? or disable? or remove?

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    If he means "disconnect", as in not eject, remoce the trigger and remove the ejector rod located in the left side of the receiver. "L" shaped on the end and sticking out on the left side. If you want the shells raised more you have to remove the ejector sear located in the forearm. Jimmy Borum
     
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    Jimmy,

    I'd call that disabling

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    Does anyone have an ejector rod for a TMX? Bulge.
     
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    Bulge,

    Whiz has them for 19.95 + shipping

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    Simply to dis able the ejector and to have the shell only raised after firing.
    A friend removed the part in the forearm. Is that sufficient?
     
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    In a word - yes. That should do it, put those parts in a small zip-loc bag for the future.
     
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