An extractor is part of a handgun that removes a cartridge case — fired or unfired — from the chamber. On pistols, the extractor is some sort of hook that engages the rim or extractor groove in the case. On revolvers, it usually is a roughly star-shaped mechanism that pushes all the cartridges out of the open cylinder simultaneously.
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