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    Ranger Point Extractor

    Just ordered a Ranger Point Extractor for my 1894c. Cant imagine there will be any problem installing it, but has anyone done so and have any tips?
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    Don't let the spring get away from you! I've heard of folks putting their hands and the bolt in a large clear bag while installing it.

    It made a huge improvement in the functioning of my 1894 32-20, in fact, it wouldn't run worth a hoot without it. Send pictures!
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    Piece of cake install, just follow their video. Took me a whole 3 minutes to complete, hardest thing was knocking out the pin with the little punch they provide. Definitely a one time use product. Didn't really fix my problem, but I'm leaving it in there till it breaks.
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    I've outfitted all my 1894's with them. Install is easy. The punch you need comes with it. Just have the bolt on a solid non-marring surface. I have a nylon bench block I use. I even swapped one between rifles at the range shooting bench when testing them.

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    Thanks all. Job done. No issues except the retaining pin was harder to drive out than I expected. I ran a mag full through and it works well. Ranger Point thoughtfully provided a spare spring, which I think may be a good thing. I also took the chance to clean out the hole properly with pipe cleaners.

    I much prefer the design to the old one, which now becomes a spare. The new extractor has a very different shape and feel to the action. Seems better, more positive. The real test is of course lots of use. Well, someone has to do it.
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