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October 5, 2021 - 10:39 pm
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I have a M75 if I replace the extractors, are these parts a drop in part or do they need to be fine tuned? If needed to be fine tuned how to do?

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John Saksa said
I have a M75 if I replace the extractors, are these parts a drop in part or do they need to be fine tuned? If needed to be fine tuned how to do?  

Why don’t you just replace them & find out how they work?  My policy is to worry about crossing the bridge when I get to it.

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It’s been my limited experience that repro parts need to be fit and in the case of extractors will often need tuning. I suck at both so I get a lot of practice assembling and reassembling while taking baby steps. Hopefully your luck (and skill level) is better!

 

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Which would be recommended?  Newly manufactured or old Winchester parts if you had a choice.

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Which would be recommended?  Newly manufactured or old Winchester parts if you had a choice.  

If the repros require the work Mike indicated, I’d certainly choose old originals, IF you can find them. 

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