The ejector is the part that ejects the spent casing from the weapon, once the extractor pulls the casing from the chamber. The ejector is spring-loaded and usually housed inside the bolt; it is positioned so that it ejects the brass out through the ejection port.


Due to the nature of how most revolvers work, they do not have bolt assemblies. They do have ejector rods, which operate as both the extractor and ejector; when the rod is depressed, the extractor on the rear of the cylinder pull the spent cartridges out of the chambers (as the rims of the cartridges rest on the extractor itself), dropping the casings once they clear the cylinder.

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