Hello, new poster here. I just bought a Glock 19 Gen 3 about a month ago. It's test fire cases have an April 15th 2013 date on the package, and the gun has a UVX Serial # prefix. Over 600 hundred rounds fired so far I am experiencing brass to the face incidents. Usually around 1 or 2 per 15 round magazine. Here's some video of the ejection I shot during the last range session. [ame="http://youtu.be/hBIPivlmsfo"]http://youtu.be/hBIPivlmsfo[/ame] EDIT: Part 2 Video Added after receiving the Glock 19 Gen 3 back from Glock warranty/repair. Brass to Face issues still persist after 'repair' and the gun was sent back a 2nd time following this test session. [ame="http://youtu.be/ywIut49YSrU"]http://youtu.be/ywIut49YSrU[/ame] The gun has been sent back to Glock and I have my fingers crossed that it comes back in perfect working order. I really really love this gun. Compared to my Springfield XDM I prefer the Glock in every way, you know except the whole getting beaned in the head with brass issue. I have been seeing several reports now from people that they have had the same issue, and after sending it in to Glock and getting it back, the BTF problem was not resolved. I'm a bit nervous that I'm going to be in that same boat. I hope it gets fixed, but the way my luck is I am not optimistic. If that is the case, planning for worst case scenario, what would you recommend I do? Send it back again or try and fix it myself? My Glock 19 Gen 3 had the 336 ejector, and the dipped extractor. I've read people have had luck switching to the 30274 ejector. If I buy the trigger housing with a 30274 ejector on it, will it drop into my Gen 3 Glock 19? I've heard people say that Apex makes an extractor that fixes the problem, I've heard others say Lone Wolf has one that fixes it, and I've had people tell me to just spend $10 on a new extractor, but they don't say what extractor that is. The Apex is like $60, that's a bit steep to just hope it fixes it. If I go with the Apex, their site says I should use a different Spring Loaded Bearing. I've taken the Extractor Depressor Plunger assembly out of mine but it doesn't seem like the Spring Loaded Bearing comes off easily. I'm afraid if I give it a hard tug I will stretch the spring. Thanks for the advice.