Re: Bolt Repair ??
Mike, you didn't say what rifle or caliber, but my advice wouldn't change. Take it to a gunsmith you can vouch for. You need someone who knows what the hell he's doing, not a parts changer. He should at least inspect the bolt, locking lugs and ejector, and then test it for headspace (it may have set back) before making any repair. Be sure to explain clearly how it happened. Also take the fired case with you for him to look at, and the load data. If no damage other than the extractor has occurred, and he replaces it, I recommend that it be tied down and remotely test fired at least twice, and then check the fired cases for appearance and measure dimension change from a new, unfired hull.
Something to consider; a load that is too light can be explosive. Be sure not to underload when fire forming. Loads that are below the minimum listed in a loading manual should also be considered dangerous, not just loads above those listed.
Good luck, I hope that it checks out O.K.
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