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Rem 1100 28 ga question

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by BIGDON, Dec 21, 2009.

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  1. BIGDON

    BIGDON Well-Known Member

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    Question: What size ejector would or could you use?? Do they fit only 28 ga or can you use one from a different gauge??

    My ejector is missing and I need it fixed. My favorite gun especially with a Timney release.

    Gunsmith suggestions??

    Thanks.

    Don
     
  2. hmb

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    Do you mean extractor, the part that fits in the bolt? If you do the 12, 16 and 20 are the same. The 28 has its own, as does the 410. HMB
     
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    Fits on the right side of the bolt, has a small spring and rod.

    Don
     
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    BigDon, you have to be exact with extractor parts.<br>
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    P/N 14441 28 ga Extractor $12.50<br>
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    P/N 17432 Extractor Plunger (all except 410) $3.00<br>
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    P/N 17433 Extractor Spring (all gauges) $3.00<br>
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    Remington Parts 1-800-243-9700
     
  5. BIGDON

    BIGDON Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Brian I decided to call Remington and a Remington repair center and they had to special order the parts.

    Just a inconvenience but a great little gun.

    Don
     
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    The 28 and .410 extractors are the same.

    Jim Skeel
     
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    Quote: <i>"The 28 and .410 extractors are the same."</i>

    NO THEY ARE NOT.

    The 28 ga extractor is P/N 14441.

    The 410 extractor is P/N 91222.
     
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    I have new, factory spare extractor, spring, plunger, o-rings, etc. for 28 and .410 I can sell. I even have a magazine weight. Traded the 28 and .410 off, but these were left behind. Offers?
     
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    Bob_K, I sent you a PM.

    Jim Skeel
     
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    Brian, according to Brownells schematic parts list the F14441 fits the small frame 28 and .410. I have used the F14441 in my Sporting 28 and my Sporting .410. Works just fine.

    Jim Skeel
     
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    Jim, my info come from the current Remington parts list. Either Brownells is wrong, or Remington has made a running change and now has an extractor specifically for the .410.

    The 1100 extractor for 12ga comes in two versions, whereas it used to only come in one version. Early extractors were thinner than the latter extractors. In fact, the later extractors are actually 1187 extractors. This is an example of a running change.

    Whatever difference there is between the current 28 ga and 410 extractor would have to be checked by actually comparing them side by side.
     
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    Brian, Do you have an idea as to why my Sporting .410 is so picky on extractors? When I first got it it would fail to eject (empty left in the action) about 20% of the time. I called Remington and they sent me a new extractor and that fixed the problem with AA cases. It still will not eject Remington STS hulls 70% of the time. When the extractor broke in my Sporting 28 I installed the original extractor from my .410 and it functions 100% (AA cases). Maybe I should try another extractor in the .410?

    Jim Skeel
     
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    Extraction and ejection are two separate operations and involve two different parts. HMB
     
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    HMB, I understand that. The Remington 1100 small gauge has a very unique method of holding the fired hull until it is ejected. The hull is supported by the two "rails" on the left side of the receiver and the extractor as it comes out of the chamber. This three point support has to be maintained until the case mouth clears the front of the ejection port and then the base contacts the ejector which is a slight bump near the end of the "rails" on the left side of the receiver. This system requires that the extractor maintains a good grip on the case head until the head contacts the ejector.

    This system looks to be not very robust. I guess if all the parts are good it should (does) work.

    Jim Skeel
     
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    Sounds suspiciously why Remington now lists a separate part number for the 410 extractor.
     
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    If you are still having trouble a possible solution might be to slightly change the angle of the extractor where it contacts the brass rim of the hull with a small sharpening stone. If done right it could increase its grip on the hull.HMB
     
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    Also, any debris or solidified grease in the plunger hole?
     
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