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I had the same gun and same problem.

I found out that because it is a older model that you have to use a little more force and speed when you eject the spent shell. It should work because i have the cheapest wal-mart shells you can get and mine works just fine.

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Q: Why won't a 410 Stevens Model 67E shotgun eject spent shells?
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