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Extractor claw does not hold the ammo

Spent casing is not ejected when working the bolt

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It sounds like it's not seated in the bolt properly or the lip is broken off. (I've not seen a broken 98-type extractor in 50 years.) Pictures?

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First, listing a gun problem in the Toys section is kinda confusing. 36 grain, so i assume .22 caliber. Is this by chance a P22 or P99?

Next: ejecting vs extracting. Extracting is the act of the spent brass being pulled from the chamber as the slide moves backwards. Ejecting is when the spent casing is thrown from the gun, leaving a clear path for the next round to slide into the chamber.

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