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Remington Mod.241 22LR. Speedmaster

Posted 06-22-2011 at 14:24 by ghr1142

I thought maybe someone could help me with a question on the above subject. I'm restoring this and the problem I have is this rifle is a bottom eject and trying to find out how to keep the ejector back in a locked position? I was able to free up a spring loaded plunger on the side of the ejector slide that is spring loaded but cant make it lock in the rear position. any input would be helpfull or maybe a contact for help.
Thanks,
George
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    You might look over Browning SA-22 design it may help you.
    436
    Posted 07-13-2011 at 08:56 by 436 436 is offline
 

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