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Old 01-20-2018, 08:13 PM
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have you guys seen this, How's it work ?I installed it tonight, shooting tomorrow . Tacticool 22 has them
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Old 01-20-2018, 11:44 PM
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Let us know how it does. I need to get a couple of plungers, extractor springs and extractors to keep in the range bag. Seems to be a common issue.
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Old 01-21-2018, 02:01 PM
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From that pic it looks slightly different in shape from the original plunger, maybe to get past ©. I would have thought it performs the same. I like the colour as well.

Well? how did it work for you?
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Old 01-21-2018, 06:33 PM
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It worked well, over 300 rds today with the Slide Fire today, it ran perfect. The fit is tighter than the stock one, it's a little harder to install as there is no guide tab. It will wear less that the stock plastic one. For the price , get it.
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It worked well, over 300 rds today with the Slide Fire today, it ran perfect. The fit is tighter than the stock one, it's a little harder to install as there is no guide tab. It will wear less that the stock plastic one. For the price , get it.
LOL probably ITAR controlled...like everything else...might have to see what the AR fairies can do.
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Old 01-21-2018, 07:03 PM
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Pretty cool. He cranks out some nice tools and parts. Perhaps someday he can do some firing pins. Crazy that no one offers them and it's hit or miss whether S&W finds you worthy of buying parts.
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Pretty cool. He cranks out some nice tools and parts. Perhaps someday he can do some firing pins. Crazy that no one offers them and it's hit or miss whether S&W finds you worthy of buying parts.
There is a company here in the UK that are about to release 15-22 firing pins....latest update was 3000 rounds and still going strong. Should be released by the middle of Feb.
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Old 01-22-2018, 03:56 AM
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Iím at around the 10k point for rounds fired with my smith, still on original firing pin.
I have a spare one, purchased over 18 months ago, they are available if your willing to pay the price for them.

In my case it was £35, but that was when the mags were also £35 - £40 a go.

As a foot note, fella at my range had a broken pin, took rifle to RFD and had a replacement from S&W sent from US to UK and fitted to his gun within 10days. ALL Free of Charge.

I guess at that price and speed, canít complain.

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The extractor and plunger are not controlled because they don't fit any military anything.
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Old 01-28-2018, 12:07 PM
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just ordered both from tacticool22.com; they're on sale right now, and will be in my stock tube as spares
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just ordered both from tacticool22.com; they're on sale right now, and will be in my stock tube as spares
+1^. ordered mine today. Faster then a speeding bullet shipping.

I watched a youtube video on disassembly of the bolt. In the video they refer to a "detent" is that the same as the plunger?

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Yes, it's the plunger.
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Yes, it's the plunger.
Thanks,thats what I thought but was not sure.
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You bet. One of the perishable / disappearing items that i keep a few around of.
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How about the spring...It goes away like the extractor too.
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How about the spring...It goes away like the extractor too.
I learned on this site that the s&w 22a extractor spring is the same part number as the 15-22; I found it on ebay for $10
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+1^. ordered mine today. Faster then a speeding bullet shipping.

I watched a youtube video on disassembly of the bolt. In the video they refer to a "detent" is that the same as the plunger?

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Received my extractor and plunger very fast. Have now installed(quite easy) after watching the video. All went in first time. The weather here has been wet so have not had a chance to shoot it yet.

Can't speak for everyone but if your on the fence buy it.

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Received my extractor and plunger very fast. Have now installed(quite easy) after watching the video. All went in first time. The weather here has been wet so have not had a chance to shoot it yet.

Can't speak for everyone but if your on the fence buy it.

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Springs are coming
They have more tension than factory to really hold the extractor in place and pull the shell out.
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They have more tension than factory to really hold the extractor in place and pull the shell out.
Great news Jody;

Available to UK market too??
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Great news Jody;

Available to UK market too??
They should be. I just have to make 100% sure.
If nothing else we will have a major distributor there sell them
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