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Unread 03-29-2011, 11:55 AM
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Re: 700 extractor replacement

The M-16 and Sako extractors are machined in the same place just off of the side of the bolt lug. Either could fail and could possibly send pieces rearward I'm not denying that. But either could fail and just lock the bolt shut with pieces from the extractor and nothing flying back at you. Until someone can actually prove one is better than the other I'll just call them equal but personally prefer the sako just like I prefer Ford over Chevy.
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    Unread 03-29-2011, 01:54 PM
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    "just like I prefer Ford over Chevy" I knew there was a reason I liked you.
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    Unread 03-30-2011, 06:37 PM
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    well crap, I am not sure if I can send my bolt to you now knowing that you are a dyed in wool ford guy and I am dyed in the wool chevy LOL.
    I have another new extractor coming directly from Remington and hopefully it will fit right. I am wondering if possibly the last extractor I got could have been for a 338 Lapua based remington because it sure doesn't work very well on my rum. At least it is working good enough to get the casings out so I can do some more load development. Now if I can just get my chronograph to work better, oh yeah, new one on the way.
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    Just got my newest replacement extractor in the mail from Remington today and just installed it. NO DIFFERENCE! I put a fired casing into the chamber and pulled the trigger, opened the bolt case still in the chamber. Closed the bolt again and this time it pulls the case. I took a casing and put it in the bolt and it grabs the case, but there is enough play at the bolt face that if I push the case away from the extractor the case comes off. I checked the bolt on my other rifle, same bolt face and it is tighter and I can't make this happen. I fired my gun at the range over the weekend and every time I fired a round, it would take an additional opening and closing of the bolt to make the casing extract. Now what, Sako extractor?
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    That would be my recommendation. I can turn your bolt back to you in about a week.
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    Now if the weather would just co-operate so I could send you my bolt while distracted with catching fish instead of going to the rifle range.
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    Unread 04-14-2011, 06:40 PM
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    Re: 700 extractor replacement

    I have to give a big THANK YOU to KEVIN CRAM for installing a SAKO extractor in my bolt and doing a superb job! All this and he turned it around in one week as promised! Highly recommended and reasonable!
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