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G17 returns from Glock. Is it fixed?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by bha0198, Feb 12, 2013.


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  1. bha0198

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    Thanks for the input. I am going to TRY and find some 124 grain and take it to the range in the next week or 2. We'll see if that helps.

    A good friend of mine who is relatively educated on Glocks suggested I contacted a local gunsmith who specializes in Glocks. I called one and he said that it's the "ejector" and he could fix it for $50 or so. Thoughts?

    And to those judging, I apologize that I just bought my first Glock and first firearm. No need for criticism, that's why I joined the forum. :tongueout:
     

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  2. cripes7

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    If your gun came back from Glock, they have the correct ejector in it. There is no need to throw $50 away. Glock certified armorers get repair parts free from Glock. It takes a minute to change an ejector. Your money would be better spent having a firearms instructor give you a little run through. You also might want to have another shooter try it with you. You have the finest combat handgun in the world. Good luck with it!