When these were new and so was I the Finnwolf 243 was the rifle I wanted but could not afford. Lo these many decades later, I have at last gotten my hands on one in 308 (SN 10XX). She's a beauty! But like myself, there's problems with function. The bolt wouldn't close on a cartridge. After trying several factory rounds, it became clear that the extractor and ejector were not free. I should have had better sense, but I removed the bolt to see if the extractor and ejector could be freed up. The hammer spring was rusty and broken right in two in the middle. A replacement spring was not too hard to create from spring stock. The insides of the bolt had some nasty looking brown semi-solid ??? on them. The mystery muck appears to be a combination of solidified grease and fine rust particles. Kroil and elbow grease got most of the parts freed up and I managed to clean everything except the ejector. The retaining roll pin did eventually come out, but a week in Kroil hasn't had any noticeable effect on the goo in the ejector recess. I got the ejector depressed into the blind hole where it is now firmly stuck on top of the presumably rusted and fully compressed spring. Any advice on how to get the ejector back out of that hole so it can be cleaned? If I can't get the ejector functioning, I suppose I'll just put her back together and enjoy dumping the extracted brass by gravity.