Re: .300 Rem sendro extractor issue
Sorry guys, I'm not an internet gunsmithing instructor. Find a reputable (preferably school trained) 'smith or one that's worked for an authorized Remington Repair Station. They can help you out. It's just not my place to take their 'bread and butter' away. They've either paid in dollars or experience or both for what they've learned. It's not fair to just give knowledge away under those circumstances. I posted just for the info that having a m16 or m-16 mini isn't the only way to fix an extraction problem with a Remington 700. Done correctly, you can "rip the rim off" as posted earlier.
"Shoots real good!": definition; it didn't blow-up in my face. 1993 graduate Montgomery Community College 2yr. gunsmithing program