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G19vs G32 Gen 4

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by donsls6, Feb 10, 2012.

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    donsls6

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    I was about to purchase a G19 Gen4 in the next week but with all this I keep hearing about stovepipes and FTF it has me a little nervous. Don't get me wrong, Glock in my opinion makes the best combat handgun ar none. I have a G21 Sf that I have put over 1000 rounds thru without a single hiccup. Absolutely love it. Was also looking at the G32 Gen 4's.Any concern there.
     
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    I've had the Gen 3 32 for some time now & almost like it more than my 31. I've shot 90,115,124gr all with zero feed problems. This round has a very sharp snap when it recoils & 98% of my ejected rounds are 4ft to my right.

    My brother had a 22 that he just couldn't shoot every 5th rd was a stovepipe ! My dad could dump a clip with zero problems! I think a lot of these problems are operator error:rofl:
     

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    The Gen 4 G32 is so new that I've only seen one or two members on here say that they've picked one up so far. And I haven't seen any range reports regarding those. At some point in time, I will certainly be getting one myself.

    With that being said, I bought a Gen 4 G19 about three weeks ago. It is right now as I type this in transit back to Smyrna for several failure to feeds. I knew better than to buy one now, but I did it anyway. GLOCK addiction is a *****.


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    The Gen4 G32 should have the new ejector, 28926. It should also have the newest extractor, so it's less likely you'll have any problems with it. If you do experience any erratic ejections, replace the extractor.

    So far I've only heard of two cases of .357SIG Glocks that have the erratic ejection problem, both were Gen3 G32's.
     
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    My Gen 3 32 has a 1882 ejector & no matter how I've pushed it, it's been 100%. wander what ejectors they had?
     
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    Since you brought up the hot .357 ..... I have a big decision to make. The Gen4 G32, or should I play it safe and go with the G23 or the practical G19 ...... :dunno:

    I traded my S&W MP9c .... so I'm looking for it's replacement.
     
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    My Gen3 Glock G-32 is the only firearm I've ever owned that's been absolutely perfect since Day One with every kind of ammo I've put through it, from many different foreign and domestic manufacturers.
     
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    A G-32 becomes a G-23 with a simple barrel change. (And vice versa if you buy a G-23)

    It can also become a 9mm with an aftermarket barrel and a G-19 magazine. And if for CCW a lot of folks suggest using a G-19 extractor.

    A G-19 will always be a G-19.
     
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    Damn. Was looking at the G19 if my search for a 32 came up empty. Have owned two Glocks. A 23 and now a 21SF. in all no problems with each. Would hate to bring my love of Glocks down from 5 stars to 4 1/2 if stuck with one of the ones that need extra attention.:supergrin:
     
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    I've heard that the snap is about the same as the G23. Right or wrong?
     
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    So that's why I cant seem to find a Gen 4 G32.:crying:Anybody know where they can be purchased? GlockMeister dosen't have them yet. Neither does Bud's.
     
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    I think the snap is a little sharper!
     
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    I have 1200+ rounds through my week-old G19 Gen4 with zero malfunctions.

    Just make sure you get the updated parts.
     
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    Took my Glock apart today. Looked at the extractor. How can you tell which one you have. I couldn't find any numbers on it.
     
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    Took mine apart today and looked at the extractor. How can you tell which one you have when there are no numbers on them?
     
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    Sorry double post. Which extractor should I get for a .45?
     
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    Do you mean ejector? If so the updated ejector has the numbers 30274 stamped facing the serial number side of the pistol.

    The extractors are all MIM now with dips on the outside portion. Glock will not replace them.


    Check out this thread

    http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1398853