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Dip vs non Dip Extractor photos

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Buckshot Barry, Jul 22, 2012.

  1. Just learned that my May 2012 G23 Gen 3, S/N TCX2xx has an extractor with the dip. It was very hard for me to find photos of what I should be looking for. Anyway, here are the photos from m4carbine.net

    Replacements are on the way from midwayusa.com

    EDIT: I'm not sure Midway has the new non-dipped extractors for .40 Glocks. All the posts I've seen referring to the new non-dipped design have referenced 9mm extractors.

    http://m4carbine.net/showpost.php?p=1323727&postcount=816

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  2. SJ 40

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    Good pictures better than anything I was able to find,Thanks for posting them. SJ 40
     


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  4. Out of 155 rounds fired so far in my new G23 3rd gen, I've had no malfunctions, but one ejected case hit me in the forehead. Erratic ejections are attributed to a new MIM process Glock started using about 2009 to manufacture the extractors.
     
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  5. Paul53

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    Keep hearing but don't know what "MIM" means, other need quick reflexes to avoid head bonks. Anybody know?
     
  6. SJ 40

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  7. Beretta92guy

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    so NOW i see what the "dipped" extractor looks like...thanks OP for that......

    now let me as a question, so without taking my slide apart, can i tell if the extractor has the dip in it?????....and the "dipped" extractor is the one causing all the problems???
     
  8. SJ 40

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    The ones I have seen can be detected without even removing the extractor from the slide.
    If you look at the top edge of the extractor as it sits in the slide you can see the dip,if not it's as simple as a slide strip. SJ 40
     
  9. DeadHorse,

    Please provide some links to threads on Glock Talk that show those of us that are un-informed what a dipped extractor actually looks like. I had to go to m4carbine.net to find these clear examples of a dipped vs non-dipped extractor.
     
  10. scosgt

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    I have an EXO G27, RHS serial. I don't see the dip. Did not take the slide apart, but I don't see it.
    It is an LCI extractor,
    No problems with the gun.
     
  11. frostyicy

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    I get brass to the face I have the 336 ejector. Could someone let me know if my G19 has the dip or non-dipped extractor I have pics below.

    The last 2 pics are the same I just rotated for a different angle.
    If you need more pics let me know. Thanks fellas.

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  12. SJ 40

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    Your Extractor or the portion needed to identify it is located on the right hand side of the slide,directly behind the ejection port. It's not seen from the correct angle in those photographs.

    Look along the top edge of it between the top edge from the right hand side of the slide,on many guns it can be seen without having to detail strip the slide. SJ 40
     
  13. Glock_9mm

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    So is this a non-dipped or dipped...to me it appears non-dipped. TIA,
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  14. SJ 40

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    To me it appears to be dipped but in the photo along the top edge where it resides in it's recess in the slide,their is a shadow thrown on the top edge of the extractor. SJ 40
     
  15. Glock_9mm

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    Thanks. It would make sense that it is dipped based on the serial, my G26 appears to be identical.
    Scott
     
  16. Paul53

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  17. SJ 40

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    One of our GT gurus Butch has somewhere on hear taken excellent photos of Glock extractors or at least I think I remember seeing one he had taken,of Glock extractors Machined ,investment cast.MiMed if he sees this maybe he could repost it.
    Actually his photos should be collected and put in a photo resources section,they are of that quality. SJ 40
     
  18. MGman

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    I looked at all the pics and still can't see the difference of dipped and non dipped. Can someone copy the pic then open in Paint and then red circle the area of dippage (is that a word?)

    That would be most appreciated.