hey everyone. I have a Stoeger 2000 that has flawlessly shot about 20k rounds since August (I shoot sporting clays very regularly)...until about 2 weeks ago when it started stovepiping every round.
As I cleaned it, I noticed that the part that holds the ejector to the receiver is missing and the ejector has slipped back in its groove about 1/2", which is why it wasn't ejecting.
I called Benelli for a replacement, but they asked me if I needed the pin or the screw. The diagram I have in the manual does not list these parts because they're not intended to be removed, so can someone tell me if the part I'm looking for is a pin or a screw? If you had a part number, that would be extra cool.
I'd post a picture but I don't think I can on this forum. There's a hole near the center of the receiver, about 2 inches above and forward of the pin that retains the trigger group.