Auto Nine Corp. ejector missing ...

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  1. Woodman

    Woodman New Member

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    I have need of the ejector/extractor components to an Auto-9.

    The Auto-9 is a tiny 8+1 .22LR semi-auto.

    I believe the ejector was always missing/broken, but there is an additional spring-loaded pin in the breech-block [you take out a screw-pin through the slide, and a block, containing the firing pin and the two ejector conponents, wiggles free ].

    I've just gotten the slide off. This little gun is machined really will. Quite a nice little package.

    Any help would be appreciated. I'll make the usual rounds tomorrow, but a google search turned up only a frustrated owner.
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    That's a start. Thanks, X !
    gun-parts.com just gave me a double thumbs down.
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    Xracer *TFF Admin Staff Mediator*

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    Bummer! Both the Patron Saint of GunNuts and the Great God Google have turned thumbs down on you! :confused: :(

    Oh well, some days you're the dog.....some days you're the hydrant! :D

    Do you have any clue as to who the manufacturer or importer was? Maybe you can track down some parts that way.
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    This might do it. I'll call before dinner.

    Wilkinson Arms, now Northwest Arms.
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    > 26884 Pearl Rd., Parma ID 83660
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    > Phone 208-772-XXXX

    The gun was made in the USA by Auto-Nine Corporation, in Parma Idaho.
    They are out of business. Rufe-snow found me that number.


    Well, got an answering machine after the seventh ring. And it sounded like a residence. Bummer. Almost time to get out the file and make the parts.
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    Re: Auto Nine Corp. ... happy ending, I think

    I found the company, with the help of Rufe-snow.

    The current incarceration is Northwest Arms, in Idaho.
    Their phone number is listed wrong in lots of sales literature.

    The correct number is 208 722 6771

    I have my parts on the way to me. I needed a $9 part, but went whole-hog, and decided to replace a $3 ejector and a $4 firing pin also.
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