Remington 11-48 ejector problem
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Old 01-06-2011, 12:44 AM   #1
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Default Remington 11-48 ejector problem

My 11-48 will not cycle the fired shell out, could it be ejector has just gotton old? Any suggestions, parts are impossible to find, almost. Other than that, it's a wonderful little 20ga auto. Perfect quail gun. Thanks for replys

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Old 01-06-2011, 01:17 PM   #2
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Too bad, the 11-48 are great guns. The extractor probably broke--have you looked online at Numrich Guns Parts: Numrich Gun Parts Corporation
They might have what you need. Good luck.

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Unlikely it's the ejector. Is the gun cycling back all the way? if the shell is sticking in the chamber try cleaning the chamber good. if the extractor is slipping off the rim I think the extractor is the same as for an 870 Wingmaster.

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Thank you and thank you. You are my new best friend. A little cleaning never hurt anything, sometimes, . I bought it for $100 in good condition other than the "dirt" problem. It looked clean but guess it wasn't. And now I know that the 870 wingmaster ejector works if needed thanks to you. I appreciate it, I really do.

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