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Old 03-14-2012, 04:08 AM   #1
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Default In need of Ejector Spring

I have a Winchester Ranger Model 120 12 gauge pump and the ejector broke. I am in need of purchasing one but have had no luck in finding one. Does anyone know a place that for sure will have one for sale? I am not familiar with Winchester so I am not even sure if another models ejector spring and screws will work. Any help?



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Old 03-14-2012, 05:52 AM   #2
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Look up numrich gun parts they should have it.....I'm pretty sure that any 120, 1200, or 130 will fit it



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The 120 and the 1200 use the same ejector. The 1300 is diferent. Numrich is a good source.

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Ok I'm sorry I figured that the 1300 used the same spring lol sorry bout that

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The 1200 uses as spring in the back of the receiver and a blind pin to retain the ejector. The 1300 uses a phillips screw to retain the two piece ejector. Both systems work well. The 1300 is probably easier to make.

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The 1200 uses as spring in the back of the receiver and a blind pin to retain the ejector. The 1300 uses a phillips screw to retain the two piece ejector. Both systems work well. The 1300 is probably easier to make.
Well I know now I guess you learn something new everyday lol
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Thank you everyone. I will be checking into this.

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Thank you everyone. I will be checking into this.
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