upgrade to Marlin extractor

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upgrade to Marlin extractor

Postby bueller66 » 10 Dec 2013 20

I think the only thing I would change on the 410 is the extractor. It is a little thin and needs some tweeking after shooting. gonna try a Marlin extractor as they seem to be a little more stout. Then I will have this girl dialed in!
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Re: upgrade to Marlin extractor

Postby bueller66 » 10 Dec 2013 20

my extractor tends to bend out after shooting....and needs to be bent back in.....my definition of tweaking.....otherwise it tends to grab the spent casing and then let go after pulling it about halfway out of the chamber. thus causing a jam as the new round is trying to go home. extremely minor fix
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Re: upgrade to Marlin extractor

Postby bueller66 » 10 Dec 2013 20

oh and BTW....don't call Rossi about a new extractor.....they are restricted.....for why I have no idea
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Re: upgrade to Marlin extractor

Postby akuser47 » 10 Dec 2013 21

I thought rd was able to get them may need to ask his process as to getting them
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Re: upgrade to Marlin extractor

Postby bueller66 » 10 Dec 2013 21

yeah i did too. but they are now restricted. but then again i am gonna get the same thin extractor if i ordered it through Rossi
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Re: adding insult to injury

Postby pricedo » 10 Dec 2013 22

If Braztech is going to continue on with this restricted parts silliness and we have to modify Marlin parts to use as replacements we might as well buy a Marlin 336 or a Guide Gun in the first place.
That's what it's getting to.
The continuous quality control problems are the injury and the restricted parts policy is the insult.
With Marlin back in the levergun business and the Mossberg 464 $150 dollars cheaper than a Rio Grande customers won't continue to turn the other cheek......they'll buy another companies product.
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Re: adding insult to injury

Postby akuser47 » 10 Dec 2013 22

pricedo wrote:If Braztech is going to continue on with this restricted parts silliness and we have to modify Marlin parts to use as replacements we might as well buy a Marlin 336 or a Guide Gun in the first place.
That's what it's getting to.
The continuous quality control problems are the injury and the restricted parts policy is the insult.
With Marlin back in the levergun business and the Mossberg 464 $150 dollars cheaper than a Rio Grande customers won't continue to turn the other cheek......they'll buy another companies product.

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Re: upgrade to Marlin extractor

Postby bueller66 » 10 Dec 2013 23

yeah....i thought about all that. but then i build chevy engines too. and i buy parts from other sources to beef them up. however chevy is always there to sell me a part if i need it.....so Rossi should too. not busting on Rossi and the guy I spoke too was polite as could be....he just said that due to legal problems all parts are basically restricted....send it in. i said i will fix it myself and he actually said.....sorry
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Re: upgrade to Marlin extractor

Postby bueller66 » 10 Dec 2013 23

now if Rossi said they have an upgraded beefier extractor and i can't get my hands on it....then i would be a little upset
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Re: upgrade to Marlin extractor

Postby pricedo » 11 Dec 2013 02

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That should fix the extractor problem !
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