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extractor

 [ek-strak´ter]
an instrument for pulling out a body part, foreign body, or calculus.
basket extractor a device for removal of calculi from the upper urinary tract, consisting of a network of filaments on a catheter that is passed into the ureter through a ureteroscope; the filaments surround the calculus and snare it so that it is withdrawn when the catheter is withdrawn.
vacuum extractor a device to assist delivery consisting of a metal traction cup that is attached to the fetus' head; negative pressure is applied and traction is made on a chain passed through the suction tube.

ex·trac·tor

(eks-trak'tŏr, tōr),
Instrument for use in drawing or pulling out any natural part, as a tooth, or a foreign body.

ex·trac·tor

(eks-traktŏr)
Instrument for use in drawing or pulling out any natural part, as a tooth, or a foreign body.

ex·trac·tor

(eks-traktŏr)
Instrument for use in drawing or pulling out any natural part, as a tooth, or a foreign body.
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During my research, I ran across a couple of drawings of the two different types of extractor assemblies for the Remington Model 24.
Now we can talk about extractor spring pressure and function.
Depending on the "timing" of the retraction of the case body back to near-to-normal dimensions and the bolt unlocking, the case can still be swelled up a might too much when the bolt carrier starts to retract and the extractor is supposed to bring the case along with it.
When it comes to extraction, I think there is little magic to the long Mauser extractor. When push-feeds were new, pundits argued that the larger purchase area of the wider Mauser extractor offered more leverage than the narrower "hook-type" extractor commonly seen on push-feed actions.
The inventor of the Extractor now seeks a third party licensee to manufacture, market, and distribute the product for her under a royalty agreement.
"The fire was confined to an extractor fan at the factory which received 100% damage .
"They went to flambe some food, they set fire to the brandy and the brandy caught fire to the extractor fan above." The blaze was out when fire crews arrived as the couple managed to pull the extractor unit from the wall and take it outside.
The majority of pistol extractors in today's autos are coil spring-driven and are designed for positive feeding, just like the extractor in the 1911.
THE COURT RECOGNIZED THE FACT THAT THERE HAS BEEN A HUGE NATURAL EXPERIMENT OVER THE PAST 60 YEARS SINCE THE INTRODUCTION OF VACUUM EXTRACTORS. The court went on to note that thousands of babies are delivered with the help of vacuum extractors year after year without incident.
The machine features a chip extractor surrounding the spindle that is plumbed to the exterior of the machine with conductive and grounded hosing that eliminates static; the chip extractor removes slugs as they are milled free.
The holes that are machined in the bolt for the extractor, extractor spring and plunger remove quite a bit of material from the base of the right lug.
That's when you search for the drill bits and screw extractors. Even if you can find them, do you know what size hole to drill for each extractor?