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Old 01-02-2011, 07:58 PM
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Know where there is a 511 in mint condition but it has a problem. I have not shot this gun but did run 3 clip fulls of ammo thur it and it worked fine except it would not eject the ammo. The bolt had hold of it good and pull it out of chamber. You could pull the bolt back pertty hard or just normal, still no good. Any body got any ideals? Thanks .22 LongRifle
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Old 01-02-2011, 08:11 PM
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Ejector retention screw may be loose, allowing the ejector to pivot just far enough to the rear that it won't eject, ejector front edge may be worn beyond function, extractors may be all gummed up or burred, thus making for a "too tight" grasp on the fired case, and maybe a combination of the above.

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Old 01-02-2011, 10:04 PM
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could be a ...

...peened chamber wall from too much dry-firing, too...I recently had this problem in another rifle...Brownells sells a chamber reamer for about $5...I just used a rat-tail file VERY carefully...also removing the extractors and springs and cleaning them and the spring well could'nt hurt...EDIT: just re-reading it...missed the part that said pulling out of chamber...horse on me...

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If its pulling them out but not throwing them out of the gun most likely the ejector is loose or worn. try tightening the screws that hold it in the receiver.
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Old 01-03-2011, 10:15 AM
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sound like an ejector problem to me -
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