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Old 06-18-2020, 09:30 PM
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SW22 Victory Extractor Upgrade... Which One



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Since the factory extractor is no longer reliable, I am looking to upgrade to either the Tandemkross Eagle's Claw or the Volquartsen Exact Edge. I am sure both are good quality parts but does anyone have any experience with either one or both that can give me pros and cons?

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Old 06-19-2020, 11:55 AM
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I have the Tandemkross Eagle Claw and it works fine. It's easy enough to replace. Just be careful when you make the swap as the little plunger and spring in the bolt can launch themselves into oblivion, leaving you dead in the water. Best to do the job inside a large plastic bag or other well-contained area. Tandemkross also offers a kit with spare plunger and spring for only a few bucks.
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Old 06-20-2020, 06:14 AM
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I have the Tandemkross Eagle Claw and it works fine. It's easy enough to replace. Just be careful when you make the swap as the little plunger and spring in the bolt can launch themselves into oblivion, leaving you dead in the water. Best to do the job inside a large plastic bag or other well-contained area. Tandemkross also offers a kit with spare plunger and spring for only a few bucks.

Thanks for the reply and heads-up about the spring and plunger.
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Old 06-21-2020, 10:20 AM
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as a precaution against the 'Vanishing from this Dimension' spring/plunger parts scenario likely, when having my 'smith do a trigger install that I determined was beyond the capacity of my 10 left thumbs, he installed a TDK extractor. In several thousand rounds now it has been flawless.

I can not praise the TDK Victory trigger enough. The reset time now is beyond my sensory input.
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Old 06-21-2020, 04:26 PM
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I ended up ordering the Tandemkross Eagle Claw. Thanks to all for the replies.
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I have two Victory's and modified both: One with the Fluted SS barrel and the other with the Carbon Fibre barrel. Both with new TDK triggers and grips. Both with the TDK extractor.
The unit with the SS barrel runs flawlessly, but the other one stove pipes on every shot.
Tried multiple types of ammo, but I'm running out of ideas...?
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Your ejector is most likely bent a little and this will cause that. It easy to do when cleaning the gun with the bolt out. The ejector is the L shaped piece of sheetmetal hanging down from the top of the gun. It should be running right next to the bolt. I mean very close! I had this issue before. Just tweak the sheet metal a little and I suspect your issue will go away.
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Old 10-17-2020, 09:18 PM
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Your ejector is most likely bent a little and this will cause that. It easy to do when cleaning the gun with the bolt out. The ejector is the L shaped piece of sheetmetal hanging down from the top of the gun. It should be running right next to the bolt. I mean very close! I had this issue before. Just tweak the sheet metal a little and I suspect your issue will go away.
I will check that, thanks.
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