I have an L61R in 7Mag that was my dads deer rifle while I was growing up. He has since passed and now it belongs to me. I don’t recall issues with the extraction growing up while we shot it but unless you slam the bolt back it will not extract. There is not a spring plunger in the bolt face that makes it pop out at the case clears the action. There is just a cut-out in the back of the bolt with a piece on angled steel inside the action that when it is slammed against, the back of the case hits it and that pops the case out. Like I said I do t remember any issues growing up but is this how it’s supposed to be? Most of the time the case just comes loose and stacks in the action making it almost a single shot and could be a pain in a hunting situation. Am I missing something? Is some thing broke, or can a springed plunger be added? Seems like a bad design but it is an older rifle.