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extractor

[ik′strak·tər]
(chemical engineering)
An apparatus for solvent-contact with liquids or solids for removal of specified components.
(computer science)
(engineering)
A machine for extracting a substance by a solvent or by centrifugal force, squeezing, or other action.
An instrument for removing an object.
(ordnance)
A device in the breech mechanism of a gun, rifle, or the like, for pulling an empty cartridge case or an unfired cartridge out of the chamber of a gun, rifle, or the like.
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After visually inspecting the gun and function testing it with a couple of dummy rounds, I found that the original extractor in the bolt assembly had been broken.
The hook extractor in the bolt face snaps over the rim as the cartridge is seated.
To calculate the market size, the report considers revenue generated from the sales of juice extractors to the residential segment.
While proper carpet care requires periodic restorative cleaning to remove built-up residues and trapped soil, professional laboratory testing has shown vast differences in the soil removal capability of extractors," notes Werner Braun, CRI president.
Parts are not available for the 395WS, 67199 and 3920JS, so consumers can choose a new extractor or a $10 refund.
Customers should stop using the juice extractors and call Hamilton Beach at (800) 298-9955.
purchase two small-capacity commercial washer extractors rather than one big one.
If your 1911 has a tendency to smack you on the forehead with empty cases or you have to hunt in all directions for spent brass after a shooting session, the extractor tension may be too loose.
The Generation 3000 range has a washer extractor for every sector of the market.
To study the process of economic decline and transformation of slave fundamental extractors, I use a class analytic and overdetermined approach.
Continuous Flow Recycling technology is designed to provide advanced moisture-controlled cleaning, faster drying times, and increased cleaning productivity when compared to conventional carpet extractors.
I have removed hundreds of other extractors from different makes and models of firearms, but this bolt head does not appear to have an exit hole for the extractor retaining pin.