Discussion in 'Parts & Accessories Wanted' started by malk415, May 8, 2012.
Sako extractor conversions.
Your not the Lone Ranger looking for one of these.
All roads are a dead end as far as original replacements are concerned.
I would look for a good gunsmith that has dealt with these Sako conversions.
I have a 722 in .257 Roberts, and after reading this ad, I may be going down the same road you are some day.
Brownell's sells the Sako type that can be custom fitted as a replacement.
SAKO-STYLE EXTRACTOR KIT
Made in the U.S.A.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
Solid Steel Replaces Stamped Sheetmetal; Improves Function &Reliability
Sako-style extractors have a longer, wider "hook" that gives a positive bite on the case rim. An essential modification for rifles where reliable extraction is crucial. Precision machined on 4-axis CNC equipment for exact fit and function. Can be fitted to older rifles to replace Remington's obsolete, riveted extractor or the current rivetless design. "2000" is the commonly used, small extractor suitable for .223, .30-06 and Magnum bolt face. "A" fits rifles with .470", .30-06 or .530" Magnum bolt face. "B" fits .404, .284 and 7.21 Lazzeroni. "C" fits .416 Rigby, .378 and .460 Weatherby.
For a long time it has appeared to me that this is a major flaw in the remington design, I have seen a few with the sako type extractor and it seems to work quite well.
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