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Old 01-24-2013, 19:14   #1
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G22 15 extractor cut

When did they start making the 15 extractor cuts on the G22s? I looked at the serial number project, but did not find anything on the G22s.
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Old 01-24-2013, 20:51   #2
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When did they start making the 15 extractor cuts on the G22s? I looked at the serial number project, but did not find anything on the G22s.
I don't know the exact time frame,the oldest G 22 I have was produced in 2002 and it has the 15 degree extractor cut on slide.
I also have a 1999 two pin Gen 3 G 19 that is not so cut with a machined extractor.
My guess is sometime between those two dates, Danny R or Butch would most likely know the exact date. SJ 40
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Old 01-25-2013, 20:11   #3
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I was not specific enough in my post. I meant to specify gen 2 G22s. IIRC, all the Gen 3s have the cut, but what about the gen 2s? Did they ever make any gen 2 G22s with the 15 extractor cut?
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I also have a 1999 two pin Gen 3 G 19 that is not so cut with a machined extractor.
Funny because I also have a 1999 2-pin G-19 which does have a 15-degree cut. Also, the Glock Armorer's manual I got from 2000 already mentions the 15-degree cut. So I'm guessing the 15-degree cut began transitioning sometime during 1999. It would make sense if Glock used up whatever older (90-degree) slides first.

But as to G22s, IDK. Didn't all .40 cal and 9mm Glocks share the same slide and frame (ie: 2-pins) at that time?
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I was not specific enough in my post. I meant to specify gen 2 G22s. IIRC, all the Gen 3s have the cut, but what about the gen 2s? Did they ever make any gen 2 G22s with the 15 extractor cut?
Gen 2? IDK, but I doubt it. Gen 3 Glocks came into being in 1987(?) And it seems gen 3 guns until 1999 still had the 90-degree extractor cuts.
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Found this record in the Glock Serial Number Research Project database:

BKD*** G-22 GEN 2.0 1995-05-01 Begin 15o Extractor cut this model

The Armorer's Manual U.S. Addendum (Page 4) notes that the 15 Ejection Port Cut Change first appeared in December, 1994. If memory serves, from the Armorer Course I recall the Instructor said the 15 cut appeared first in the 45ACP/10mm pistols and the other models followed later.
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