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Old 02-22-2008, 09:18 PM   #11
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Any more action or range reports (Or mod ideas?)
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Hey i took my WASR 22 to a hand gun range and shot like 300 rounds through it. I got a AK 47 top cover, tightened the ejector spring screw and milled part of the breach to fix the feeding and ejecting problems. then at the very end a messed up shell made the ejector claw fly out and i could not find it. can you show send me a picture of your orininal ejector claw. Any response would be greatly appreciated
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I was gonna buy one until I read what you guys have been through! More trouble than they're worth!
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I picked up one of these a while back. It gave me lots of FTE problems. I fixed this by removing the bolt and checking the extractor claw distance to the bolt face. My extractor claw was so far from the bolt face it did not even touch the cartridge case rim. This resulted in the case being extracted then "lost" before it got back to the ejector. I hand made an extractor oversize then fit it to my bolt. It now grasps the case rim and extraction is "controlled" until ejection. I just finished this and test fired it today. It functioned flawlessly with over 70 rounds fired. I made the extractor with a dremel and files. I used cold rolled steel from the local hardware store and hardened it after forming.

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Old 03-24-2009, 12:33 AM   #15
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hello, I have 7 of these wasr 22's and all are missing the extracters in the bolts. does anyone have a source on the parts? I will be willign to pay for a copy of a workgin wasr extractor. I also need pics of extractor's spring and screw etc. some detailed drawings would be really helpful. BTW all guns are for sale too. thx, ryan
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Old 03-24-2009, 12:38 AM   #16
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i have 2 mags in stock. let me know if interested.
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ryanjudysports I sent you a PM about these.
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Old 01-17-2010, 10:39 PM   #18
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I picked up one of these a while back. It gave me lots of FTE problems. I fixed this by removing the bolt and checking the extractor claw distance to the bolt face. My extractor claw was so far from the bolt face it did not even touch the cartridge case rim. This resulted in the case being extracted then "lost" before it got back to the ejector. I hand made an extractor oversize then fit it to my bolt. It now grasps the case rim and extraction is "controlled" until ejection. I just finished this and test fired it today. It functioned flawlessly with over 70 rounds fired. I made the extractor with a dremel and files. I used cold rolled steel from the local hardware store and hardened it after forming.
Was having problems with my extractor at the range until the extractor dissapeared. Can you help me locate a new one or do you have any photos to show me how to make one?
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Old 03-01-2010, 05:34 PM   #19
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Sorry it took so long on this. Attached is the work drawing I made when I repaired mine. I did not take any pictures while making the extractor and I no longer own the rifle. I hope this points you in the right direction.
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hello, I have 7 of these wasr 22's and all are missing the extracters in the bolts. does anyone have a source on the parts? I will be willign to pay for a copy of a workgin wasr extractor. I also need pics of extractor's spring and screw etc. some detailed drawings would be really helpful. BTW all guns are for sale too. thx, ryan
I AM LOOKING TO AQUIRE ONE OF THE WASR 22 S THAT YOU HAVE , PLEASE CONTACT ME r.a.l@sbcglobal.net
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