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    Help ID this part

    I don’t know where to put this since I can’t determine what it is……

    Does anyone recognize this? I found it on the top shelf of my safe and can’t remember what the heck it is…






    Any ideas are greatly appreciated.
    Last edited by HKGuns; 01-23-23 at 19:43.

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    Broken shell extractor

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNXII View Post
    Broken shell extractor
    No shit?

    I thought it was part of one of my guns.

    Thanks for the assist! Now I will put it in my tools case and not put it back in the safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNXII View Post
    Broken shell extractor
    Yes it is.

    (Lengthened from just "yes" to please the content bot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HKGuns View Post
    No shit?

    I thought it was part of one of my guns.

    Thanks for the assist! Now I will put it in my tools case and not put it back in the safe.
    Anytime! Glad to help! Back in the days of bountiful surplus Mil spec ammo, these were a god send! I picked up a bunch of different caliber ones and probably used them each a few times on guns I owned and a lot more on friends and fellow shooters at various ranges/ classes. One guy who was absolutely an AK fanboy had them aboard a few of his AKs when attending classes and matches.

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    Yep, broken shell extractor.
    Gettin' down innagrass.
    Let's Go Brandon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNXII View Post
    Anytime! Glad to help! Back in the days of bountiful surplus Mil spec ammo, these were a god send!
    You were seeing separations on new ammo??
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    I bought a couple of those and don’t remember ever using them. But better to have and not need……

    PB
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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    You were seeing separations on new ammo??
    During the late 80s and a good chunk of the 90s there was surplus ammo and stuff from all over gods green earth! Some very old stuff along with fairly current surplus ammo. Surplus guns and ammo were all over and inexpensive, it was a good time!

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