There is a long piece that's shaped like the handle on a refrigerator door and has the big ol' extractor claw at one end. My grandfather's early-1960's Husky had a similar type extractor but the bolt on his rifle was jeweled. Not sure what model grandad's Husky was. It had ".308 Nitro" stamped over the chamber and Husqvarna Vapenfabriks stamped on the barrel. After many years of sitting in a leather case sans gun sock, this rifle developed small amounts of rust inside the letter stamping impressions that a toothbrush and gun oil immediately removed. I sold grandad's Husky in 1999. Beautiful gun but had drawbacks: sticky bolt though jeweled, kicked like a mule, couldn't get the gun on paper at 100 yards with iron sights adjustable for elevation. I did like this Husky's polished/smooth round-knob bright metal bolt handle which is not common these days on newer rifles.