Just a word of caution about CD extractors. Don't try to "tune" them as they are very brittle. I snapped one trying to adjust the tension. Should have probably left it alone as I was not having any extraction problems.
I've owned two CDs and replaced the firing pin stop and extractor with EGW components. This cured the "clocking" extractor problem. The EGW extractor is also a little long and protrudes about 1/16". Not a problem to me , so I left them that way.
How about the newest CDs? do they still have the floppy extractors?
I replaced the hammer, sear, and trigger with McCormick drop in parts and now have a 2.5 pound crisp trigger pull on my newest CD. A new EGW barrel bushing helped make it a real tackdriver...2" @ 25yards!
Installed an Ed Brown extractor - problem cured. I also fitted an oversize FP stop. Brass lands in a 5' circle now. I looked at two CDs in the 10,000 range serial numbers and they had loose extractors.