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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Exceptional features of this new model include low mount adjustable sight with hidden rear leaf, fiber optic front sight, lowered and flared ejection port, beveled magazine well and a crisp 4 lb.
Leave the ejection port open and watch the carrier while inserting a charged magazine.
Features include satin chrome finish, LPA "TRT" fully adjustable white dot rear sight with dovetail front sight, front and rear angled serrations, 3-hole trigger and skeleton hammer, lowered and flared ejection port, slightly beveled mag well and beavertail grip safety with memory cut.
Don't ride or ease the slide forward; This is a sure way to continue inducing malfunctions, which may be the slide not returning to battery or clothing gets stuck in the ejection port.
Be sure to grip behind the eject port so your hand doesn't block the ejection port and induce a double-feed stoppage.
One detail that had to be changed was the ejection port cover.
It then operated like the Auto-5, except the shell was held to the bolt face by the extractor and flipped out when it hit the ejector, a nub on the side of the receiver wall opposite the ejection port.
The ejection port is flared both at the rear for smooth ejection and at the front, for easy ejection of loaded rounds.
Beginning at the front top of the ejection port and extending upwards, a small stress-crack would appear.
The left-side ejection port on the left-handed 500 fixes that.
Years ago, it seemed that every magazine had pieces on checkering the front strap, modifying the shape of the trigger guard, installing an ambi safety, altering the ejection port, etc.