R92 Broken Ejector ~ Trials of a Rossi Replacement

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Re: R92 Broken Ejector ~ Trials of a Rossi Replacement

Postby Jeffc2x » 05 Dec 2015 19

Look at Numrich gun parts, look under Browning B92 parts. I ordered one from them for around $15 for a extra. It looks about the same to me, may take some minor fitting.
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Re: R92 Broken Ejector ~ Trials of a Rossi Replacement

Postby GasGuzzler » 05 Dec 2015 21

Jeffc2x wrote:Look at Numrich gun parts, look under Browning B92 parts. I ordered one from them for around $15 for a extra. It looks about the same to me, may take some minor fitting.


That may help me (and others?) more than we realize. I know I've used GPC (Numrich) several times for odd small parts but was astounded at their lack support for the Rossi R92 in specific.
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Re: R92 Broken Ejector ~ Trials of a Rossi Replacement

Postby Jeffc2x » 05 Dec 2015 22

GasGuzzler wrote:
Jeffc2x wrote:Look at Numrich gun parts, look under Browning B92 parts. I ordered one from them for around $15 for a extra. It looks about the same to me, may take some minor fitting.


That may help me (and others?) more than we realize. I know I've used GPC (Numrich) several times for odd small parts but was astounded at their lack support for the Rossi R92 in specific.

Yeah,somebody had posted it on here or on another board that a Browning B92 ejector would work so I thought I would order one to have.Lot cheaper than Steve's .
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Re: R92 Broken Ejector ~ Trials of a Rossi Replacement

Postby klr » 05 Dec 2015 22

Jeffc2x wrote:Look at Numrich gun parts, look under Browning B92 parts. I ordered one from them for around $15 for a extra. It looks about the same to me, may take some minor fitting.


How long ago did you order it? All the ejectors are sold out now.
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Re: R92 Broken Ejector ~ Trials of a Rossi Replacement

Postby GasGuzzler » 05 Dec 2015 22

Common with GPC. Just keep checking. They buy stuff from all over.
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Re: R92 Broken Ejector ~ Trials of a Rossi Replacement

Postby klr » 05 Dec 2015 22

3sharps wrote:I haven't taken the gun apart yet. A small piece of the collar? fell out. The front part of the ejector seems to be missing. I did recover the spring though. I am still able to fire the gun I just have to take my finger and remove the spent casing manually. I want to keep shooting until the weather gets to cold.


I'd take apart and clean the rifle before using it further. A broken piece floating around in there could lead to more broken/damaged pieces.
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Re: R92 Broken Ejector ~ Trials of a Rossi Replacement

Postby mr surveyor » 05 Dec 2015 22

klr wrote:
3sharps wrote:I haven't taken the gun apart yet. A small piece of the collar? fell out. The front part of the ejector seems to be missing. I did recover the spring though. I am still able to fire the gun I just have to take my finger and remove the spent casing manually. I want to keep shooting until the weather gets to cold.


I'd take apart and clean the rifle before using it further. A broken piece floating around in there could lead to more broken/damaged pieces.




agreed .... 100%!


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Re: R92 Broken Ejector ~ Trials of a Rossi Replacement

Postby Jeffc2x » 06 Dec 2015 01

klr wrote:
Jeffc2x wrote:Look at Numrich gun parts, look under Browning B92 parts. I ordered one from them for around $15 for a extra. It looks about the same to me, may take some minor fitting.


How long ago did you order it? All the ejectors are sold out now.

Around a month ago, I'll have to look at my receipt.
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Re: R92 Broken Ejector ~ Trials of a Rossi Replacement

Postby Ohio3Wheels » 06 Dec 2015 11

Yep, if you see something you might even think you'll need at GPC buy it then as it might not be there tomorrow.

You might also prowl around the Sarco web site,they're mostly military arms but lord only knows what they may have squirreled away in their ware house.

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Re: R92 Broken Ejector ~ Trials of a Rossi Replacement

Postby 3sharps » 07 Dec 2015 16

I took it back to my LGS. He said that part should never break. He said that he would take care of it what ever that means. I miss it already.
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