Baikal shotgun IZH 27-EM-1C – How to ejectors switch

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Category: Clean, repair, full disassembly

A lot of people who own this weapon don’t know how to switch ejectors. This video clearly shows how to do this. It works on more similar weapons not only the manufacturer Baikal. To switch ejectors, turn the screws on both mains. It is possible to have different settings for each barrel. So if you think that the ejector is not working for you, the problem may be in switching it.

IZh-27 was designed in early 1970s as a successor to the IZh-12, and began serial production in 1972.
In 1985, IZh-27 and TOZ-34 were the most common hunting shotguns in the Soviet Union. Also, a number of these shotguns were sold in foreign countries.In the 1990s, the production of the IZh-27MM variant (IZh-27M chambered in 12/76 mm Magnum shotgun shells) began.
In January 2004, a contract was signed between Remington Arms (Madison, North Carolina) and the Izhevsk Mechanical Plant. In 2005 Remington Arms began importing IZh-27 shotguns from Russia, marketed and distributed as the Remington Spartan 310. Remington ceased importing the shotgun in 2009.
In September 2008, IZh-27 was renamed into MP-27. Over 1.5 million IZh-27 shotguns were made.

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Baikal IZH 27-EM-1C – Ejectors switch

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