Jimmy82 wrote:Believe he meant the ejector could be broken. The part that actually pushes the round off the bolt face. When you pull the bolt all the way to the rear you should see a stationary piece of metal protruding out that would snag the hull, or casing, if there was one on the bolt face. If there is no such piece of metal, you're missing your ejector.
hurtin_honkers wrote:hopefully this'll get this post moving again! so after not having time for this issue over the past month through work, and everything else under the sun, I finally threw the 1100 back together. while cycling through some shells, without firing, just loading into the magazine tube, cocking back, and hitting the button, I noticed that the reload seemed to be a lot slower than what I had remembered. as in, when hitting the reload button, the action coming forward with a new shell, seemed to be much slower and weaker. could this be the cause of the issue is a weak action spring?
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