ejection port

ejection port

[ē′jek·shən ‚pȯrt]
(ordnance)
The opening in the receiver portion of a firearm through which the empty shell cases are thrown from the firearm after firing.
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What is unusual is the gun has a wider than normal hammer, extended grip safety, which matches the hammer, lowered ejection port and a beveled mag well which attaches under the lower screws of the grip panels.
The ejection port has been lowered and flared, but apart from authentic retro versions you'll be hard pressed to find a 1911 whose ejection port isn't at least lowered to enhance reliability.
The left-side ejection port on the left-handed 500 fixes that.
The bolt release button lies in the familiar location beneath the ejection port on the right side of the receiver, just where you'd expect it to be.
The left-hand gun of this set is a true left-handed 1911 built from the ground up with a wide left ejection port and inverted controls.
Observing the ejection port is contraindicated by the fact that this is immediate action, and we're not trying to figure out what the problem is.
TM] combines a new piston system with an exclusive ejection port dust wiper with cover, an ambidextrous forward-placed charging handle/forward-placed assist, and a new key-locked, highly rigid rail system," said ADCOR Defense president Jimmy Stavrakis.
Protecting the 1911 and Glock ejection port from snagging was an important consideration in this holster's development.
The slide's ejection port has been lowered and flared--and the rear beveled--to enhance ejection reliability and protect empty cases from denting.
Both the magazine loading ports and the ejection port are covered with dust covers.
The 1911R1 Stainless has a capacity of 7+1 and features a barrel length of 5 inches with a flared and lowered ejection port, dovetail front and rear 3-dot sights, double diamond walnut wood grips and stainless steel frame and slide.