View Full Version : One more fast 1911 question
December 27, 2001, 10:06 AM
Is it okay to use a 45 cal ejector with a .40 cal (357 Sig). Or does this require a different ejector. I have dug around several places, including Brownell's and do not see an ejector listed in 40. If the answer to the first question is yes, who makes them? And is the longer "match" ejectors worth the extra $$?
Thanks you once again.
4 Eyed Six Shooter
December 27, 2001, 12:06 PM
Joe, I am not positive, but I would think that the ejector for the 38 super/9mm might work better. The .40 cal shell is closer to the 38 super size than the 45acp. Maybe someone else could comment. Brownells would be the source for the ejectors.
The longer match ejectors just give you enough material to adjust the angle on the tips to change the direction the fired brass flies from the pistol. Good Luck-John K
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