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Cartridge ejector device for firearms

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #4516345.

Ejector device for a firearm, the action of which is opened by tilting about a hinge interconnecting the barrel and the receiver. A spring-urged cartridge ejector (19) is latched in cocked position by an ejector latch plunger (35) which is displaceable by the mechanical pressure exerted by the outer side of a fired cartridge to move from a non-latching inner position to an outer position latching the cartridge ejector (19). From the outer position, the plunger is moved back to the inner position by camming interaction of the outer plunger end (35b) and the receiver sidewall (15) upon tilting the firearm to fully open or substantially fully open the position of the action.

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