Extractors are crucial parts and a retrofit is warranted if its potential failure will put a halt to your shooting.
by Norman E. Johnson
There are many reasons for replacing parts on a firearm. Chief among these are a lost or worn part, or where modification of an existing part is necessary. When a crucial part can put a halt to your shooting, it’s high time to do something.
While in the process of chambering a 6mm PPC cartridge for a Post-1964 Model 70 Winchester push-feed style rifle, I discovered a major problem with cartridge extraction.
Read more in the May 2016 issue.