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Old 02-07-2010, 01:04 AM   #1
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so i recently got a shotgun its a sears roebuck 20 gauge single shot break barrel model 101.100A and the ejection is broke. when its shot it wont eject the shell and i cant find any parts for it.any links?

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Old 02-07-2010, 01:25 AM   #2
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Just some quick research revealed it is the same as a Steven's model 95 and a savage 96. Finding parts might be a little difficult.
Sears 101.100 parts
Savage 96 parts

I searched some on gunbroker and found some expired auctions for the extractor. IMO, your best bet would be to search gunbroker from time to time for "Savage 96", "Stevens 95" and "Sears 101.100."

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Old 02-07-2010, 01:37 AM   #3
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That link should be your shotgun at Numrichs gun parts,and according to the partslist they have what you need to get your gun back in order.

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Can also try Jack First in Rapid City, So. Dakota.........

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If it's as old as mine is, it may not need a new ejector. I discovered that the bore was only deep enough for 2 1/2" shells (no, I've never seen them either). I got a gun shop to open it up to 3" and the shells no longer stick in the barrel. I used to have to use a cleaning rod from the muzzle end to get the spent casings out. Now it works perfectly. I bought it 53 years ago from an uncle. Just a thought.
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I'll try that out. thanks to everyone for the links

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