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My Remington 11-87 auto loader is not ejecting . I am using 3" Remington copper solid slugs. The gun is well taken care of, abou

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  • My Remington 11-87 auto loader is not ejecting . I am using 3" Remington copper solid slugs. The gun is well taken care of, abou

    My Remington 11-87 auto loader is not ejecting . I am using 3" Remington copper solid slugs. The gun is well taken care of, about 10 years old. Lightly used. Ideas as to cause and fix. ?

  • #2
    Change your "O"rings and give it a good cleaning again.

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    • #3
      How about won't eject low brass? Same thing with the ring and a cleaning?

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      • #4
        Bunky 48,
        When I submit a question or a comment and it does not appear, I move on elsewhere into the website.
        I then return after five minutes later and your submitted item does appear. The five minute rule works every time after you click on the submit button.
        Good Luck!

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        • #5
          JMO~~ Before you go crazzy try a 2.3/4" Slug if still the Same, Clean the Gas Return Port and change the O'Rings.

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          • #6
            If the bolt cycles look at the ejector latch as that may not be latching onto the spent shell. Cleaning the gas ports may also help solve the problem.

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            • #7
              If the bolt cycles look at the ejector latch as that may not be latching onto the spent shell. Cleaning the gas ports may also help solve the problem.

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              • #8
                Like Treestand said, Try 2 3/4 in shells, I had this problem a few years ago with 3in shells

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                • #9
                  Clarify please: is the gun not extracting from the chamber the spent hull or does it fail to eject once it is extracted? Does the bolt short cycle or is it locked all the way to the rear? Could be a lot of things but the good news is that most are simple fixes once properly diagnosed.

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                  • #10
                    answer to RES1956...the gun fails to eject once extracted. the bolt short cycles- not locked to the rear.

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                    • #11
                      Replace the O-Ring

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