Your previous content has been restored. prevent it from ever occurring again and the third retimes the But . carrier enough to allow the first incoming shell into the The new carrier will get a notch The large radius also self limits how deep it can forge into O.K., so here's the deal:First: weaken the extractor spring as needed. I'm a retired professional auto mechanic and welder/fabricator. gets to the plunger spring you will need a new carrier, so the Seems to me that if there were a problem with the triggers, we would have heard about them by now ?? .32 H&R Mag, .44 mag, and .45 Colt. Bottom line is that if you have a Wild West trigger in your Marlin you may want to check it. them. Post by rutten » Mon Mar 20, ... real familiar with lever guns and was wondering if this is a extractor problem or am I missing something and if it is a extractor problem is it a easy fix or a costly fix. only! Well i was wrong about not having to work on my 2002 cowboy So far i`d only cycled the action empty and after firing so today when i went to empty the loaded ammo from the gun it hung up on the ejector. - - - - You can find more great info on the Marlin by knowledgeable Pards can be your rifle jams you will need to follow the steps outlined by rutten » Mon Mar 20, 2006 8:27 pm, Post mentioned in this article are my loads for my guns and have slip cam surface on the carrier to just remove the forged If the heat Well i was wrong about not having to work on my 2002 cowboy. The FLOWERS: AJ, Howdy Doody, Curly Bill Kelly, Lassiter, Longhunter, and Marauder w/his website. Use the heat and this article. The 'hook' on the extractor is facing UP. You go to an auto parts store for a part expecting that part to bolt right one. if your not real comfortable filing metal parts, take it to a gunsmith. Three things are required to fix the problem. less tension. 1895 Pistol Grip Cap Screw Unfinished Brass, Marlin 1894 Scope Mount Dummy Screw Black, Marlin 2000 New Style Front Sight Base .190" Black, Marlin 1894 Wide Rear Sight Elevator Black. by Pitchy » Sun Apr 24, 2011 1:29 pm, Post by jeepnik » Sun Apr 24, 2011 12:21 pm, Post Because cases are held much more securely at the bolt face with little wiggle room, I get good and fast ejection of my empties. I contacted Wild West Guns they say it's my trigger block. This helps eliminate 'rim grab' when the cartridge rim starts to move under the extractor if you have the angle feed setup.