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Does a Stevens Crackshot model 16 have an extractor or do you have to manually extract the spent cartridge?


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2007-06-01 20:59:28
2007-06-01 20:59:28

Stevens Crackshot #16 sidelever does indeed have a crecsent shaped ejector that fits in the recess in the bottom of the chamber.It is operated when the lever is worked although I don't think they were a very good system and you probably end up levering as many spent shells out with a pocketknife as it ejects properly. NOTE: The Stevens # 16 has an extractor,which partially removes the spent shell from the chamber,rather than an ejector, which completely expells the spent shell from the chamber. Does anyone know a good source for these extractors??? HG


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