I have an Empire Ejector 20 Ga. single shot given to me by my aunt in 1939. It was originally a Christmas present to my cousin in 1935. I assume it was manufactured between 1930 and 1935. Hope that gives you an idea. Carl Spanyer
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Do you mean a 1932 Victor Ejector model? Do you mean a 1932 Victor Ejector model?
1900-130 or so.
In excellent condition it tops out around $250
if it does not have a latch? it will pull off staight down & off oil lug
Got an answer from the importers. The Ejectors are held in place by the Ejector Trips, these run vertically up and into a slot on the ejectors. On the ejector trip is a very small pip with a hole in it, underneath this hole there is a small plunger and coil spring (this keeps the ejector trip in place, not allowing the ejector trip to drop down). To remove the ejector you need to have a small pin punch that you place into the hole of the pip. The process of removing the ejector is as follows, keeping the ejector held into the barrel, insert pin punch into pip hole (depressing the plunger and coil spring), pull the ejector trip very slightly downwards. Releasing the ejector it should now slide out. When replacing the ejector all you need to do is push ejector back into barrel and at the same time push ejector trip upwards locking ejector and ejector trip in place.
@ turn of the century plus or minus a few decades
Britain imported raw materials from its empire and sold them manufactured goods.
150$ usd tops
Ejector nozzles are used in jet engines. They are the simpler of the nozzles used and are more conventional that iris nozzles. Ejector nozzles are part of a group that includes ejector, iris, rocket, and low-ratio nozzles.
No new parts would be available, but a competent gunsmith could probably make one.
Crescent made inexpensive "working" firearms 70-100 yrs ago
Britain imported raw material and foodstuffs from its Empire and exported manufactured goods back to them.
Mostly manufactured goods.
Ejector Seat Reservation was created in 1995.
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.
go to gunstocksinc.com then look under misc. shotguns the fore arms are $25.00 i just ordered one myself
The primciple of the air ejector is to exhaust the air remaining from the processor in excess amount.
if its a single shot, then 75-150, a double barrel possibly 300
These single-barrel Crescent shotguns range from < $50 as a parts gun, to maybe $100 if in excellent shape.
how much is a gauge victor ejector shotgun worth
victor ejector 12 ga break action