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Old 12-14-2003, 06:47 PM
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Separated Case Removal Tool

Hey, where can I buy a tool to remove cases that are stuck in the chamber when the heads come off?

What is the best tool and where can I buy one?

It has not happened yet, but I want to be prepared.

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Old 12-15-2003, 07:51 AM
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Re: Separated Case Removal Tool

I dont know of a tool, but a quick and dirty way is use a bore brush of the right size--stick it in till its half way past the chambe and reverse it--this should let you pull out the top half of the case.

Also i have seen cerrosafe used to grab onto the top half of the case--then nock it out and the case comes with it.

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Re: Separated Case Removal Tool

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The ECHO Broken Shell Extractors are available from: W.J. Riebe Co.
3434 Tucker Rd.
Boise, Idaho 83703

They are the old expanding collet design. If you are caught without one, twist a springy tree branch and shove it in and withdraw--it might or might not work.

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Old 12-15-2003, 11:22 AM
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Re: Separated Case Removal Tool

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I should mention that the ECHO extractor is placed on the bolt face then inserted into chamber and withdrawn (with broken case).

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Re: Separated Case Removal Tool

We have removed stuck cases by applying accuraglas to neck end of compatible case and inserting into the stuck case in chamber
allow to dry and then pull both out with bolt.We found it is best to discard stressed brass to start with and the problem will be gone.
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Re: Separated Case Removal Tool

I use a smaller case with loctite 648 , LOCTITE enjoy copper contact and cure in quick time after you get a need bottom and that easy to push the broken case with a rod

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Old 12-16-2003, 11:06 PM
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Re: Separated Case Removal Tool

Thanks guys, I was out at the range last weekend shooting the 25-06 and several of the fired cases came out just about split. Wanted to be prepared just in case ....

End of life for them, tossed 'em all and am busy neck turning some more.

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