Ah... the "Ejector"... according to the parts book, specific to the .357. Some of the folks over here won't sell parts to you blokes in the UK. The Winchester site has quite a list of where you can find parts. Look under "Customer Service" tab, then "Obsolete Parts".
managed to get hold of replacement ejector parts from W.G.P Ltd in Canada gun ran ok for 500 rounds took gun to range yesterday fired 60 rounds on return home gave the gun a clean and found the lever stiff opening the acton checked the gun out today and found the lever completely locked up and not able to move lever on down stroke if anyone has any idea on how to fix or cause of problem i would be grateful. Croc.
OK, I just wanted to verify that it was not the hammer that was binding.
Retrace all the steps that you took during the repair, and before or after anything. Were any pins "easy" to reinstall, they might have shifted. Has a scope mount been added, a screw could be too long. Are the Plug Screws for the receiver sight turned too far in.
- The Friction Stud may be bound up, or not moving correctly.
- Tighten the Spring Cover Screw, it may only appear to be tight.
To open the action, lightly tap downwards on the bolt. This may loosen the locked-up action, but it may cause damage if pins have shifted or screws are protruding, or any other part in the way for that matter.
hi winchester 94 now ok fault traced to loose lever link pin thought i might share with you all having checked my reloading records gun has fired 20000 rounds from new i purchased this rifle in late 1996 after the UK hand gun ban even now accuracy is fantastic read on other forum sites post 64 rifles don't amount to much poor quality steel etc winchester got this one right very pleased it. Croc.
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