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Old 10-25-2017, 07:51 PM
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Had to apply the "fix" to my new 22 Victory as it had troubles with ejection of some brands of ammo.
A slight .030 bend towards the bore is all it needed to now fire any .22 LR ammo I had today...even the Remington Thunderbolt fed like a champ. No issues during this range session of 120 rounds of mixed brand ammo. S&W 22 Victory ejector fix - YouTube
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I have a Victory I just bought around 3-4 weeks ago that I had to bend the ejector about a millimeter inwards due to having severe problems with ejection. The folks here linked me to a thread that clearly showed what needed to be done. I just went to the range since applying the fix to it and ran around 250-300 rounds through it with zero gun problems. I did run into 3 ammo related problems (2 ftf and 1 failure to chamber fully) but my Victory just slurped up any ammo I threw at it.
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I have been searching (HOW TO DO THE FIX), seen nothing real clear on a procedure.

Seems it would be impossible to bend the ejector.

I just see comments that the fix worked and how many rounds shot with no failures.
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