My series 180 (I know, I know. As soon as this is repaired, it's going on the auction block) had a busted extractor. I purchased a new extractor (yes, it was the expensive $50 extractor meant for the 180) off of Brownell's, along with a new extractor spring and plunger. So now it's time to put everything together. Everything makes sense EXCEPT the plunger. I see from the schematics that the centered, round tail goes into the spring, but I can't figure out how the other end is supposed to fit against the extractor. The groove in the extactor makes me think the long end on the plunger should be horizontal and fit into the groove, but the hole that the spring and plunger goes into is drilled at such an extreme angle that it doesn't seem like the plunger would actually ride in the groove. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.