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Unread 08-21-2021, 11:17 AM   #1
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Who is the fellow who does the dolls head extension? I had him do one, and it lasted a long time, but it is time for another one.
As soon as you say his name, I will say "Oh, yeah." This getting 80 isn't for everyone!
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What does he do to or with the doll’s head extension??





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I had read here and have seen pics of this type of repair that was done by Bachelder's, I do not know if they're still doing them.
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What kind of work to the doll’s head are we referring to?




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I assume Sam is inquiring about the installation of a set screw to limit the travel of the ejector blades causing damage to the doll's head. It was discussed in this thread:
http://parkerguns.org/forums/showthread.php?t=19295
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Thanks Greg. I remember the discussion but there have been other aspects of doll’s head work or repair and the OP wasn’t specific, which is why I asked.





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Putting a screw in the dolls head extension.
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The retaining screw for the ejector stop plate…





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I don't think that is the best solution. The best solution has been discussed before. It is a screw in the bottom of the breech and entering the extractors to stop them from hitting the thingy that breaks (the stop plate). A new screw in the thingy is a stopgap measure that requires cutting new dovetails and other expensive procedures.
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I am not sure what you call it; but I need it fixed.
Who do I send the gun to?
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