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Does the thing that kick the 209 primer out have a spring in it?
If so I lost mine last night. I just got the gun yesterday.
 

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two slow said:
Does the thing that kick the 209 primer out have a spring in it?
If so I lost mine last night. I just got the gun yesterday.
As astrix has posted, there is no spring. :D
 

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Thanks
 

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two slow said:
Does the thing that kick the 209 primer out have a spring in it?
It will be a lot easer to clean your T/C if you keep the 209 ejector out of it. You don't need it, try it with out it and see.
 

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The Winchester W209 primers stick in my Encore even with the ejector in place. I am using loose triple 7 FFg in both the .45 and .50 barrels. I just take a forked tool made by traditions to flick the used primer out. I think this is caused by the humidity in the air when I shoot this time of year. (Too hot to shoot now.) I don't have this problem when it turns colder.
 

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Very hot and humid here right now and
Win209 primers aren't sticking in mine at
all,they pop right out with the extractor.
 
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