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G19/G23 Ejectors

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by RottnJP, Sep 30, 2010.

  1. RottnJP

    RottnJP Lifetime Member

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    JR, help me understand...

    I know the compact frames are interchangable... I know this because you've said so, and thus it must be truth. :supergrin:

    So, what is the effect of the different ejectors? My engineering neurons suggest there must be *some* impact here, or Gaston's dudes wouldn't have bent that thing over...

    Thanks!!

    P.S.:
    When can we expect to see a G36 slide from you, so we can put our G30's on a diet? :whistling:
     
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    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    The ejectors are bent to fit the cartridge. There is an optimum angle for each.
    Sorry, no 36 slide plans in the future. We would have to sell 500+ to make it worth the venture. I don't see that happening.
     
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    RottnJP Lifetime Member

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    O.K., so 500 units is the goal of our write-in campaign, eh? :supergrin: Whoof... So I have to set this up as a group buy, or what? :whistling:

    On ejector angle, what does the "non-optimum" utilization of a G23 ejector in a G19, or (vice versa) actually *do*? Change the angle and distance of case tossage? "Interchangeble frames" I think means that you still get positive ejection every time, though... So what is "sub optimal" about using the "wrong" ejector angle?

    Thanks!!

    (And keep up the good work!!) :wavey:
     
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    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Yah, a 500 pc order is pretty much the bottom line for most any development work. Even at that level, there ain't much money in it. We do it because it puts our name out there as innovators who roll with the customer.

    You have 3 basic ejectors: Long & straight (9mm), Long & bent (40/357), short & bent (10/45). You can actually use any ejector in most guns.... but they all perform best if you use the correct ejector with the intended cartridge. Check them out side by side and you will see.