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Help! What is this o-ring gasket?

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by txpitdog, Jan 22, 2010.

  1. txpitdog

    txpitdog

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    Received my lower from BCM today, and when I went to insstall the BCG, I noticed the package has a very small black rubber o-ring gasket. Is this critical, or is it a spare? ...and where does it go?

    I really need your help, because until I get it figured out I can't send y'all any pictures...so its in your best interest to help!

    Thanks!
     
  2. txpitdog

    txpitdog

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    Oksy it appears to have something to do with the extractor. Does it go under the spring inside the extractor or over the spring and pin between the extractor and the bolt?
     


  3. mvician

    mvician Lifetime Member

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    over/around the spring

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    Rubber O Ring Extractor Enhancer as used in the M4, SPR and CQBR Rifles. Enhances extractor tension x4 for reliable operation in short barreled and full auto weapons. Installs around existing extractor spring under extractor.
     
    Last edited: Jan 22, 2010
  4. Kentak

    Kentak

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    You can buy a package of o-rings at a hardware store. The right size is the one that goes easily, but snugly, over the extractor spring.

    They seem to be very durable. Obviously, if you do lots of shooting, the heat is going to break down the rubber sooner than later. Simply replace the rings on a regular schedule, like whenever you give the bolt a good cleaning. Only takes a minute and the rings are not expensive.