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I noticed that the so-called "barrel extension assembly" of my 1946 Browning FN A5 has been in a state of "freeplay".

This means that the assembly rotates clockwise and counterclockwise to some degree. Hence do I have a problem here?

Please advise, fellows.

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Rod, thanks for taking interest in my case. The part that's at freeplay is the opposite end of the barrel that meets the receiver.

Invert the barrel from its muzzle and you see this piece which contains tiny pieces like the ejector, etc.

I hope I made the description more vivid;otherwise, please ask me further.
 

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Rod, the ejector is only one component of this bigger piece. It is really a "tubular" piece that mates with the receiver.

A schematic diagram review of the A5 really makes me conclude it is the "barrel extension assembly".

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