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Is there a way to get a 682 Gold E to just extract only or barely eject? I would prefer if it left the shell more or less in the chamber so I could just grab it from there instead of it launching out.

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Is there a way to get a 682 Gold E to just extract only or barely eject? I would prefer if it left the shell more or less in the chamber so I could just grab it from there instead of it launching out.

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Depending on the design of the forearm, you can remove the ejector sears of the barrel you want to stay in so that the ejector just lifts out for extraction.

I did this on a Bi-Gun and my K-32 when I had it to decrease the wear and tear on the back of the ejector.

Good luck and break them all!

John
 

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I did not know Coles had some already to go.

I bought an extra pair of standard springs and started cutting them one coil at a time until they did not spit out the hulls. I just put the original ones in when I want the hulls to fly. No tools needed.
 

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The temporary fix is to do as Leo had said and remove your ejectors and trim them 1 coil at a time till you get what you want. Easy to do about 20 minute job.
 

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Rather than modify the springs, you can modify the sears so they don't engage the ejectors and they merely follow the track in the receiver. There's a post on here somewhere stating that this was a Rich Cole suggestion, you can probably find it with a little searching.
 

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Rather than modify the springs, you can modify the sears so they don't engage the ejectors and they merely follow the track in the receiver. There's a post on here somewhere stating that this was a Rich Cole suggestion, you can probably find it with a little searching.
Totally true, but that is a permenant solution whereas the spring option costs little and is reversible in a matter of a minute or so.
 

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Go with the springs so you have the option of returning to eject in the future if you so desire. I actually prefer them to eject and simply put my hand over them when ejecting and catch them. They basically are placed in my hand by the ejectors. Good shooting, Rey
 
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