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I have a model #476 ramset ans a 22 casing did not reject. How can I get it out?

A 22 shell casing is stuck in the chamber and will not eject or come out. How2 can I get this out?

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Try pushing it out with a cleaning rod from the muzzle

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This rifle has not be used much. Maybe 500 rounds. Problem is it does not eject the casing fired or unfired. It pulls it from the firing chamber but does not throw it out in every case. .

could be faulty shell casings
take it to a gunsmith and discuss the fault with him as he will be seeing this problem on a regular basis

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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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If everything looks good, try different ammo. I've seen all different types of ammo fired through different weapons systems, some worked and some didn't. Wolf ammo hates American rifles, its just true. .22 LR is cheap, buy a few boxes of different brands, and see what your weapon likes to fire.

If this is still giving you problems, let me know, and i'll walk you through it step by step

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