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Old 10-27-2010, 09:12 PM   #11
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No it's possible the extractor is either malformed or it's not moving with enough travel to allow it to slip over the rim easily. Once it slips over the rim it extracts ok right? That click is the sound of the extractor popping over the rim. I agree with the others on sending it back. Savage needs to make it right.


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Old 10-27-2010, 09:56 PM   #12
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Done. Thanks all.


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every time I got a case or a cartridge fully chambered
When a round goes ALL the way in, the extractor would be in place- in the groove. If the extractor is sitting against the back of the cartridge, the bolt will not want to close.

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Check the rims of the cartridges see if you see any marks on them.
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When a round goes ALL the way in, the extractor would be in place- in the groove. If the extractor is sitting against the back of the cartridge, the bolt will not want to close.

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Yep- as in "Hey! I'm just sane- her bruddah is wid one of da famblies- you dan wanna be messing wit her- Gnome sane?
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Thanks, I already have it boxed up ready to go, so your extractor thought is going to be bugging the crap out of me the whole time the rifle is gone.

BUT....the extractor DID grab and extract every time I got a case or a cartridge fully chambered. If I was able to do that, wouldn't it indicate that the extractor is okay?
You said you herd a click before the cartidge would seat or the bolt would close . I was thinking as someone else poited out it could be a sticky extractor, and the snap was the extractor slipping over the case rim.
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I think you're right, thanks. It just went out to Savage this morning, I'll post the outcome once I get it back. Some people (especially me) might learn something from it.


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