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Hi, I have a 4 5/8" 357 NM Blackhawk, and the ejector rod housing is too short to allow the base pin to be completely removed. I was thinking a Sheriffs model base pin would be short enough to remove. Do you think it is better to leave the base pin captive so it is not lost, or would the sheriffs model be preferable?
 

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I guess I was just showing my ignorance, I thought I remembered my 6 1/2 NM BH ejector rod slipping completely out.
Thanks for the reply, I haven't had a problem with the ejector rod moving under recoil on my .357, but I may try the Belt Mountain base pin just to tighten tolerances, a lot I have read here and elsewhere suggests it worthwhile for accuracy.
 
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