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I saw on here a couple of days ago, someone had a picture of them removing the extractor. If you have a copy or now where I can find that picture and or instructions, please let me know. Thanks
 

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It was Yukon. You could search through his posts.



ETA: Found it!







To remove extractor, remove slide form frame, and bang real hard with a hammer and punch from the topside.
 

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Is the extractor a fitted part? I would like to get a spare to have in case. I remember the old 2, 3 and 4 numbered series of SW auto's that had to have the extractor fitted. You did this by removing material from the "pad", that dictated spring tension. Royal pain in the ass.
 

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I haven't heard of anyone having a problem with extractors. It would be covered under warranty if you did.
 

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choochboost said:
"bang real hard with a hammer and punch from the topside"


I must say I personally don't find I have good results when following instructions that start with bang real hard with a hammer... I think it's just me though. :oops:
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Truth is, there's no other way to do it, and you'll probably break a punch or two while you're at it.
 

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--Proceed at your own risk.--

Make a short starter punch.

Lay the slide on a protected hard surface with the muzzle hanging off the side, so that it lays flat.

Use a large hammer and the starter punch to knock the pin loose, top to bottom.

Once it breaks loose, it will punch out fairly easily.

--Proceed at your own risk.--
 

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The extractor is not a fitted part. Don't believe there's a part in the weapon that needs fitting if I recall what our lead armorer told me correctly.
 

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wr moore said:
The extractor is not a fitted part. Don't believe there's a part in the weapon that needs fitting if I recall what our lead armorer told me correctly.


This is correct. It is not a fitted part.





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