Just a bit of shopping advice. Often the fired case stop gib is weak in extractors, in both loose and operational locks, so if you want good parts for the current high cost of German Maxim parts,
I'd advise confirming that the gib spring is in excellent condition. FWIW
Anyone here know DSSPRO? The thread is 6 months old and outdoordave paid for the extractor but got nothing. He did not want to say anything about it but I see the OP has not been on the board in two weeks and after a week or so of not responding to an email I sent him I was wondering what is up? I hope nothing bad happened to him so if any of you guys know him please give him the heads up to contact outdoordave and close the deal.
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