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After you get it fixed I would suggest cutting some extra coils from the ejector spring as this results in less stress to the ejector.
 

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You can weld them up and put them back in and set them to raise the shell instead of eject good for reloaders. I did my TM1 6 years ago still going strong was told if they are set to raise the shell not eject they will last forever so good so far 30k later.
 

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I agree with old one eye, the back of my TM1 ejector broke 20+ years ago and I brazed it together. Removed the ejector trip rod and it's been lifting ever since, matter of fact none of my Perazzi's have trip rods in them.
 

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The ejector costs from Perazzi $184.02, and whatever the labor involved to get it fitted and the rim cust could be well over $250.
 

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I paid $350, gunsmith in for the week-end had one in stock, and I had it back in 90 minutes, no shipping involved. I thought it was a little high, but I had it back the same night.
 
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