Greasing Ejector guide pins?

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Re: Greasing Ejector guide pins?

Postby Fox20obsessed » Wed Mar 10, 2021 7:29 pm

Hogwash.
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Re: Greasing Ejector guide pins?

Postby Stan Hillis » Wed Mar 10, 2021 9:30 pm

Fox20obsessed wrote: When I shoot I’m all business and don’t play any games such as catching the ejected hulls in mid air or anything like that...I just shoot and kick the empties in a pile then pick them all up before leaving my position. I have too many other distractions to mess around with spent shotshell games when on station. -Matt


Who said anything about catching shells in mid-air? We're talking about trapping the shells as they leave the chamber and depositing them in the trash can on station, or in the rear pouch in the hunting field. And not "kicking them around", and picking them up later. What you don't seem to understand, or refuse to, is that some of us have developed a means of catching the hulls, without making a big show of it, and simply depositing them where needed. It was not a matter of effort, or show, but evolved over time. We are not trying to get you, or anyone else, to adopt this method, but just to accept that it is a viable means of effectively depositing our hulls where needed, while enjoying ejectors. But, evidently you seem to think it is showmanship, and a distraction.

FWIW, I do use spreader loads to a very effective end. I prefer to use spreader loads than to utilize choke tube changing to be ready for an unpredictable rabbit target. It works for me. Maybe I'm the only one. Changing choke tubes affects my focus. Using spreaders doesn't. I'm just strange that way. :oops:

It is also strange that different means of accomplishing the same end are so hard for some to accept.
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Re: Greasing Ejector guide pins?

Postby Fox20obsessed » Thu Mar 11, 2021 1:44 am

:lol:
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Re: Greasing Ejector guide pins?

Postby Fox20obsessed » Thu Mar 11, 2021 2:18 am

All I wanted to know was whether or not to grease the ejector guide pins. My question has been answered but thank you all for the additional wisdom.
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