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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Hey everybody.

My 9200 worked great for the first winter I owned it, but now im having some trouble. I noticed it last dove season, my shell ejection does not work right. I think im losing pressure in the gun somewhere, but i cant pinpoint it. When i shoot, the empty hull in the chamber doesnt have time to be thrown out, and the live shell is being fed upward and they meet eachother half way (crash). I have to pull the hull out, so that the new shell can feed in correctly. Im not sure what to do, it seems that the speed of the ejection is not fast enough?

Please help!

Email me at [email protected]

Thanks, khole smillie
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
Surprised nobody answered your query.
The bolt may not be returning fully to rear as you suspect because of----(1)Lighter shell loads----(2)dirty ports and slides that are restricting bolt return---(3)physical problems with shell ejection system(doubtful).
Sounds harsh, but you need a clean autoloader to function properly.
 
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