Broken case extractors.

Things a soldier would carry other than firearms, ammo, or uniforms. Meaning equipment such as ammo pouches, bayonets, holsters, oil cans, cleaning equipment, etc.

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Broken case extractors.

Post by PeterN2 » Wed Dec 27, 2023 9:15 am

I carry these around in my shooting bag. I have never had to use them but they are there, just in case. There is a .303, .308 and .30-06.
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Re: Broken case extractors.

Post by DuncaninFrance » Thu Dec 28, 2023 4:23 am

I have one for .303 and it is always in the bag.
When I am shooting by Bess which is converted to percussion I also carry a Co2 gismo to 'unload' a ball that was loaded without powder. Have only used it once and not on my rifle but a mates. Worked a treat but point it down range as the ball comes out with a fair amount of power!!
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Re: Broken case extractors.

Post by Aughnanure » Thu Dec 28, 2023 6:44 am

I still have one in .303; the Armourer’s friend.
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