MVP 556 Extractor's are available

Discussion in 'CrossHair Precision LLC' started by robert lynch, Apr 15, 2015.

  1. Greywolf224 Greywolf224

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    Yes I did. Arrived last Friday. Works beautifully. Ran about 100 rounds of brass through already. Decided I will not use steel casing any longer. Not worth the aggravation. Although I am sure the new extract can more than handle it.
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  2. REDdawn6 Member

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    Do you or anyone else, have a way to contact Robert Lynch? I really want to order the set but he has not been on. I hope everything is OK with him.
  3. Greywolf224 Greywolf224

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    Did you PM him. He responded immedietly Friday to tell me that they were indeed shipped and even followed up later in the evening to make sure I did get them.
  4. REDdawn6 Member

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    I just got a hold of him and made an order. Tthanks GW224
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  5. REDdawn6 Member

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    Anyone have a video or pics of install? Only thing I can find id bolt dissasemble
  6. Greywolf224 Greywolf224

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    Very simple to do.
    Place the bolt assy in a vise bolt face end up while taking all precautions to not mar the bolt finish.
    Insert the spring in the bolt head.
    Lay the small ball bearing on the spring.
    Use a micro flat to screwdriver to force the bearing down while compressing the spring.
    At the same time slide the extractor over the ball bearing while sliding the tip of the screw drive away.
    The bearing will pop into the detent on the underside of the extractor.

    Take absolute precaution to not allow the screwdriver tip to slide off the bearing without have the extractor over the bearing other wise the bearing and spring will launch into space.
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  7. REDdawn6 Member

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    Thanks man
  8. Greywolf224 Greywolf224

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    You're welcome.
    You may hear a few folks saying if you can to try and do this inside of a large plastic bag about a gallon size. The reason being is that if the spring or bearing do launch or fall out of the bolt head they will fall into the bag. But heck if I could work inside the bag.
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  9. MVP 123 New Member

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    How do you send a PM?
  10. Greywolf224 Greywolf224

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    Skipper, click on Robert Lynch's name and than click on Start A Conversation.
  11. MVP 123 New Member

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    OK, Thanks Joesy
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  12. patrick.rice.140 New Member

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    Hello Robert, I just signed up on here because I need an extractor for my MVP 5.56 and I found this sight in a search. Can you tell me how to place an order for one of your extractors?

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  13. Keith Moderator

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    Click on his name and click on "start a conversation" to send him a private message.


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  14. beast556 New Member

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    Robert sent you a IM, please let me know if you have any extractor kits left. Thank you
  15. GrocMax Active Member

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    Do it inside of a clear sandwich baggie with the tools sticking in thru holes if you feel you may end up having stuff fly about. Baggie catches flying parts, do over.

    I've sent a few Savage detent balls and extractor springs airborne never to be seen by mankind again.
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  16. junktruck New Member

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    Hi Robert, I as well sent you a PM please let me know also if you have any extractor sets left. I'd like to purchase a few sets

    thansk
  17. Bmet75 New Member

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    I would like to buy two. Can you email me at anthonybeeken@yahoo.com so i can get details on how to order??
  18. beast556 New Member

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    Is there any other way to get a hold of crosshair precision??? I cant seem to find a web site or any other way to contact them. Thank you
  19. wood chucker Moderator

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    Have you tried e mail yet ? rob_rcjet_lynch@yahoo.com I'm asking everyone to always be polite and a little bit patient with smaller vendors like Crosshair Precision for example. They are busy guys with full time day jobs and a families. Dishing up MVP goodies is fun for them and a favor to our community.
  20. beast556 New Member

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    Thank you for his email address. Sorry if I came across angry or the wrong way, im well aware these small shops are doing us a favor by producing these one off products for us. Thanks again for the email address.

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