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Old 03-27-2017, 08:18 PM
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Sophia,

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Your description of a fix for injection problems worked perfectly for me on a 39 years-old Model 54 Sporter. Roger
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Old 04-24-2017, 07:43 PM
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Thanks to Sophia's original posting I corrected another ejection problem. This time it was on a newly acquired magnificent 1970 Anschutz Model 54 Sporter. Some forums are filled with people eager to tell more than they know. That is not the case with RFC. Thanks again.
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Sophia,

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Your description of a fix for injection problems worked perfectly for me on a 39 years-old Model 54 Sporter. Roger
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Thanks to Sophia's original posting I corrected another ejection problem. This time it was on a newly acquired magnificent 1970 Anschutz Model 54 Sporter. Some forums are filled with people eager to tell more than they know. That is not the case with RFC. Thanks again.
Glad that was helpful, guys. All kudos to our friend hellbender for the original post .... I just got it here where it was easier to find.
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Glad that was helpful, guys. All kudos to our friend hellbender for the original post .... I just got it here where it was easier to find.
Hellbender, thank you very much for the clear and detailed outline of a process to possibly correct weak ejection on Anschutz 22 rifles. And, Sophia, thank you again for easing access to hellbender's information. Now, if I could just ascertain the exact rear sight that was original to the rifle. I will shortly post an information request on the RFC forum. Thanks, Roger
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my 1712 was ejecting less than 50% after 2k or so rds. I finally followed the instructional posted here and shot 75 rds with 4 rejects- big difference. I started at .090 and went down to .083. thinking about taking another couple of thous off in search of perfection. thanks for sharing this this detailed info.
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It would be interesting to take a poll to see how many owners have tried this fix, and the Results.

Not sure how to set it up . Maybe two polls.:

Before the modification up my gun would fail to eject:

0-15%
15-30%
30-45%
Over 45%

After the modification , my gun failed to eject:
0%
<5%
<10%
<20%
Over 20% but better than before
No difference

Sophia, is there a way to set something like that up referencing the sticky?
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It would be interesting to take a poll to see how many owners have tried this fix, and the Results.

Not sure how to set it up . Maybe two polls.:

Before the modification up my gun would fail to eject:

0-15%
15-30%
30-45%
Over 45%

After the modification , my gun failed to eject:
0%
<5%
<10%
<20%
Over 20% but better than before
No difference

Sophia, is there a way to set something like that up referencing the sticky?
Not Sophia but to answer your question....Yes, but it would have to be two separate threads. One for each poll with both including a link to this thread.
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Not Sophia but to answer your question....Yes, but it would have to be two separate threads. One for each poll with both including a link to this thread.
Thank you! I'll give it a try like that!
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Parts Variation

Shown is variation in parts I received from Anschutz...Tom

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Just wanted to thank Hellbender and Sophia for this sticky. The ejection problems with these rifles still exists as I bought mine a few months ago from ANA. I ended up testing and removing .008 from the "leg" of my ejector and it dramatically improved the ejection on my new 1416 D HB CL chambered in 22lr.

Prior to the modification, I had most empties either falling into the receiver, bouncing out the left side of the ejection port or dribbling out the right side of the receiver. I went to the range the past two weekends to test various ammo and have put 200 rounds through the rifle with no ejection problems. I noticed yesterday one empty did fly out the left side of the receiver but 1 out of 200 is a vast improvement over how it used to perform.

Folks complain about the ejection issue on these rifles and rightfully so. My new CZ 457 American exhibited no such issues. However, I view it like some 1911 pistols which need their ejectors tuned to eject right. Now that my Anschutz is tuned right, it is good to go.

Future Anschutz owners, if you have ejection problems, they can be fixed.
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Just did the mod on my 1710. Works a lot better. Now I only get one or two fails instead of 10 or more per 100 rds and the empties get thrown farther.

One question, Does the beveling of the extractor/ejector tops in the pics actually do anything to help also?

In answer to my own question I did the beveling and it did improve the ejection. 1 case out of 100 and the cases are thrown even further like they should be. Thanks for mod tip.

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Old 10-23-2019, 07:46 PM
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Thought Iíd give a report, have a new 1712 and shot about 300 rds through it today. It ejected all enthusiastically. Iím not sure if itís a problem that crops later though.


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Thought Iíd give a report, have a new 1712 and shot about 300 rds through it today. It ejected all enthusiastically. Iím not sure if itís a problem that crops later though.


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I really doubt it will come up later as long as you keep things clean.
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1761 Retainer - Extractor

Design features possibly helpful concerning 64, 54 extraction and ejection.
Thank You Allan. https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forum....php?t=1169617
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