noun - ejec·tor (ĭ-jĕk′tər)
- A device for expelling a fired cartridge case from a firearm, one that ejects; especially : a mechanism of a firearm that ejects an empty cartridge
- Fittings inset into the breech end of a pair of barrels of a break-open gun that kick out fired shells, while only raising un-fired shells enough to be removed by hand. Recognizable at a glance on the breech end of a double gun because the fitting is split in two---one ejector for each barrel.
- A spring-activated mechanism for the ejection of ammunition or and empty shell casing. On doubles, each barrel has a separate ejector.
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