GUN I need help from someone that owns a Taurus 9mm pt-92 or pt-99

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  1. PC Principle

    PC Principle New Member

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    If you have one can you please take a pic of the gun in the slide locked open position from the top looking down on the ejector? Thanks.
     
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    Might want to cross post this on thr.org... might have better luck.
     
  3. PC Principle

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    Thanks. :)

    I dunno if my ejector is broken or not. I found a few pics online but they look about the same as mine but I just want to make sure.
     
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    I wouldn't imagine there could ever be anything wrong with a Taurus.
     
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    Thunderbear Yggdrasil's Forester.

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    01 Cruiser's got Beretta 92/96s, I don't think the ejector was on the list of changed parts.. PM him.
     
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    Sometimes the slide wont catch the bullet in the chamber when you pull the slide back and forth too slow, right?
     
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    I may do that. I triied to take pics of mine and put it on here but my camera is a POS and doesent focus on the right part. :mad:
     
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    Bad pic I know, but does this ejector look normal?

    [​IMG]
     
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    Looks like a normal broken one :dunno:
























    :rofl: I have no idea
     
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    Thunderbear Yggdrasil's Forester.

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    Looks normal.. what makes you think it's broken?
     
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    The one my roomate has is the same model pistol but in .40

    His ejector is a little longer with a longer slope. I have noticed while shooting with him that his shells eject much farther than mine. :dunno:
     
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    Different pounds on the recoil spring would explain that. Does it look broken?
     
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    I dunno. That is why I am looking for something to compare it to. :(
     
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    If you had a broken ejector you would get lots of wierd malfunctions like stove pipes. If all you got are weak ejections then I would not worry. Many 9mms are over sprung thus the weaker ejection. Try a lighter recoil spring. More slide speed, better ejection, flatter recoil ftw
     
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    01_Cruiser An American Classic OT Supporter

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    i'll dig out my 92's and take pics of em, brb
     
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    01_Cruiser An American Classic OT Supporter

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    92FS:
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    92C:
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    The pic on my 92D didnt come out that great but it looks exactly the same as the above two
     
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    Well now that I look at it I dunno. Yours has that little flat corner part while mine does not. Fuck I guess I will find out when I shoot it this weekend. :(
     
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    01_Cruiser An American Classic OT Supporter

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    yeah, taurus might use some different styled/designed parts

    I'm thinking 1 or 2 other OTers have PT92's, i just dont remember who :o
     
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    I shone a light on it and looked at it more carefully and the flat part of mine is very smooth, so I doubt it is broken. It just worried me when I looked at my roomate's pt101 and his ejector was longer and sharper. Also I slammed the slide shut without a mag in it and thought I caught something flying out of it in the corner of my eye and that got me paranoid about it. Thanks for the pics though. :bigthumb:
     
  22. silversilvia

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    This statement is true. when u shoot don't follow your slide, i mean rack it back and let it go so the ejector seats right.

    ejection pattern can also be from hotter/light loads. and your recoil spring weight. for instant i have a 92FS with a compensator and i shoot light loads. I put it a recoil spring that is barely good enough to cycle the gun. this is a range gun and 100% reliability is not too bad (i get 1 fail to eject out of 50 rounds or so). but with this set up the casing barely just falls out the side.

    i hope you are using snap caps if you are playing with the ejector at home.
     

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