ejector rod

ejector rod

[ē′jek·tər ′räd]
(engineering)
A rod that activates the ejector assembly of a mold when it is opened.
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45 Colt with extrashort barrel complete with birdshead grip and conventional SAA-style ejector rod.
My gun is a Third Series (1973 to 1986), and it has a shroud protecting the ejector rod, with the front sight machined out to be a full ramp.
The cylinder yoke locks to the frame via a spring-loaded ball-detent system, and the solid, full-length, black ejector rod is unsupported.
Because of the powerful cartridges used, a spring-loaded bolt on the ejector rod shroud locked into a mortise on the cylinder yoke, earning it the unofficial title "Triple Lock," although the official title was "Caliber" Hand Ejector (e.
The Lightweight Cobra would last from 1950 to 1972 and then in 1973 was upgraded with an enclosed ejector rod and hand filling grips.
I am certain ejector rod shims for the Smith & Wesson will work the same for this gun.
Limited tenders are invited for Ejector rod,sensor block-rh,distance piece,locking lever -l.
Based upon Schmidt's earlier Modell 1872 and 1878 revolvers, the Ordannanzrevolver Modell 1882 was a solid-frame design with an ejector rod on the right side of the octagonal barrel.
Ruger provided a replacement for the ejector rod housing of one customer's Super Blackhawk at no cost, even though the customer damaged the housing.
When the ejector rod is pushed, the tabs protrude and engage the cannelure of each case pulling it from the chamber.
The ejector rod was not enclosed nor did it latch at the front in the conventional way.
The other end of the centerpin is recessed inside the end of the ejector rod, and a spring-loaded plunger in the barrel shroud locks the ejector rod in place when closed.