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Remington M-332 lower extractor needed

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by creek, Sep 27, 2010.

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  1. creek

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    I am seaching for a lower barrel extractor for a Remington 332 12gauge. I've tried several likely places like Brownells, with no success.
    This model Remington was only produced for a couple of years (2003-2006).

    If you may have one laying around, please email me.

    Thanks,

    John
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    Ejectors from the Peerless (320) and 396 SHOULD work... All these guns were basically the same except for cosmetic differences.
     
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    The gunmith at Brownell's said that the Peerless ejector is close in size but would need to be resized somewhat. I guess this could be a fall-back plan if I can't find the M322 ejector. Peerless parts are tough to find as well but Brownell's thinks they may be able to find one.
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    Forgot about the 300 Ideal which would fall into the same category as well.

    Have you checked with Numrich Arms (e-gunparts.com) or Jack First?
     
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    Ian, not to argue, but the Ideal and 332 are almost identical but share almost nothing in common with the Peerless/396 at all. I've owned them, they were way different guns.
     
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