The ejector broke on my 1886 in 50 AK. I was gratified to get a replacement from Gun Parts Corp. But in order to remove the bolt there is a screw that attaches the lever to the two locking lugs. It defies my imagination as to how John Browning devised this 'blind' screw to be successfully turned and removed. The bushing it locks into rotates as the screw is turned and there doesn't appear to be a means of securing the bushing while unscrewing.
I'm counting on one (or more) of you guys to tell me how to do it. In modern copies of the 1886 the lever is attached differently, so the various instructions I've located on the Web don't deal with this issue.
Thanks for any and all help! Here's the screw I'm talking about -