Re: Broken ejector on Savage 111
If your talking about the claw part, it will just push out. Use a punch or a small screwdriver and push it away from the bolt face. Just try and keep a finger or thumb over the top. There is a tiny spring and ball bearing under the ejector claw. May want to get the head space checked. Make sure it isn't to tight causing over pressure. Did you notice if your son had any problems closing the bolt?
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