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Unread 04-22-2021, 08:35 AM   #21
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So you do have ejectors. If 1 will not hold in the cocked position it is above my pay grade. At that point all i can say is do not take anything apart and wait for a professional to give advice. Parker ejectors in need of repair are in need of an experienced smith.
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SUCCESS!! I was able to bring the hammers back a fair amount using a quick grip clamp ( the kind you find a hardware store) after taking the assembly out of the wooden forend. Flipped it over and use a screwdriver to ease the hammers back! Thank you very much to everyone for your insight. One strange thing which I'll have to figure out, the right barrel ejects a shell 10+ feet behind me while the left barrel does not eject at all.
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Iím no expert by any means, however I had the same issue with a recent purchase ...... VHE skeet gun. It turned out one of the ejectors was broken.
I ended up sending it to DelGrego for repair and a good cleaning waiting for its return.
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They are about an hour away from me. He did a total restoration on a CHE Parker for my father. Expensive, but amazing work! I cant imagine you will be disappointed. I'm thinking of having him touch up the engraving and case harden for me as well on this one
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Piggy backing on this thread. Should a gun with ejecters always be cocked before removing the forend?
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Piggy backing on this thread. Should a gun with ejecters always be cocked before removing the forend?
It does not really matter.
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Thanks. I continued to search older threads after I posted and it was suggested to be sure the gun and extractors are cocked before removing the forend.
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