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How do you replace the shell ejector on a 583 14 bolt action?


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2015-07-15 19:45:14
2015-07-15 19:45:14

This is sort of an "If you have to ask, you can't do it" situation. A gunsmith will have tools for removing/replacing pins, and screwdrivers made for specific sizes/types of screws, and knows what to hold as things come apart so little springs-n-things don't fly across the room and get lost. Check the yellow pages for one near you.

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If you removed the bolt, you probably lost the ejector spring. A new one can be had from Numrich Gun Parts. To replace the ejector spring, remove the bolt, and take out the spring from the bottom of the receiver just behind the ejector port.

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Your rifle was manufactured by Winchester as their model 121. The spent shell is removed from the chamber by action of the right and left extractors and is then bounced out by bumping agains the ejector. Look for problems there. Parts are available from gunpartscorp.com.

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want to buy a ejector bolt for 5mm model 592. let me know

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open the breech bolt and check the ejector, is a steel wire located betwin the breecch bolt and the action maybe is too wear

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All Bolt action rifles work the same. When you fire you have to manually operate the Bolt to eject the shell casing and load the next shot. This must be done for each shot until the rifle is empty. In the case of Air soft there is no Shell casing, but it's the same action to load and fire.


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