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Old 08-05-2010, 11:02 PM   #1
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I have a Ruger P97DC .45 and the ejector is out and after about 4 hours of trying to get it back in i guess i need some help it is on a big watch type pin with spring loaded ends. Does anyone have any idea how to get it back where it belongs??? I sure would appreciate any ideas .

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First, welcome to the FTF. Some people like to see the first post in the "Introductions" section.
Not knowing your experience level, some people may be leery of answering your question or to offer suggestions.
Ruger has user manuals on their website. What part # is the spring?



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Numrich Gun Parts Corp. - The World's Largest Supplier of Firearms Parts and Accessories Has the schematic for the P series ejector. While you won't find your exact model the P series are represented.
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I am sorry I will have to make my next post in the introduction thread. the part number is V00911 and its a bear to get in lol I love this pistol and would really like to know how to get this back in there myself thanks for reading and helping

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it looks like V00902 (straight part goes behind (or the muzzle side) of V00911) and part KV26600 goes thru the loop of v00911 and v00902. Does that make sense?

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You may have to install V00902 with the "fingers" in an upright position

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i have got all of that and you are exactly right however my problem lies with getting KV26600 back into its spot i apologize for not making myself more clear you have been most helpful already and i appreciate it its just a matter of figuring out how to get the pin home in the one peice handle
http://www.tiropratico.com/manuali_armi/Ruger%2097%20DC%20Pistol.pdf]

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I'm not looking at the diagram now, so bear with me.
is it possible to use a "shim" material (something stronger than aluminum foil) and slide the whole thing down. I think there may be recesses in the frame that KV26600 will expand into. Or use picks to work it down.
How did you get it out anyway?

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Thank you all for all the help

I finally got to work on it some more life has been hectic lately and i haven't had time to slow down longer than a breath but i worked on it for a while then it occurred to me to use feeler gauges to work the ejector down into place and it worked well once again thank you for all the help i never would have got it alone

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Glad we could assist (even if it was a little).



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