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New Glock 19 Gen 3 with Dipped Extractor

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by jmill88, Feb 10, 2013.

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  1. jmill88

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    Just purchased a new Gen 3 G19 with serial number starting with UE and fire date of 1-18-13. It has the 336 ejector and looks to have a dipped extractor. Haven't put rounds through it yet, so don't know how it will perform. I just assumed they would be putting the newer ejector and non dipped extractor in them now. Anybody else pick up a Gen 3 lately and check this?
     
  2. WayneJessie

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    I got one a few weeks ago that is the same.
     


  3. jmill88

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    Have you shot it yet? What is the ejection like?
     
  4. I can attest that the new non dip extractors can cause back to face too (born on date Aug, 2012, but fitting fixed mine), so I think it's just fine if Glock is using dipped again. I think it's extractor tolerances where this issue is or was.
     
  5. WayneJessie

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    I ran a total of 15 rounds through it(one mag). It's now up for sale in the classifieds. I have four 9MM compact handguns and ammo is non-existant here. You can find .40SW pretty easy though so I am selling the G19 to fund a .40SW or .45ACP so I can have something to shoot My 9MM guns are not much more than paper-weights right now. When this crisis is over I vow to never get caught with my pants down on ammo supply again. Looking into reloading as an option. Several neighbors are long-time reloaders so they could teach/coach me . I can't help you on how well the ejection is. 15 rounds in a new gun ain't enough to say.
     
  6. I noticed the extractor on my new Gen 3 G30 has a very prominent 'loaded chamber' indicator - quite different than the one on my G21 (2nd Gen???). just checked my G35 (Gen 3 also and it has the same style extractor) is this an upgrade that Glock Armorer will do for free on my G21 or is it something I need to buy??? Changing an extractor is a simple thing to do...

    CB in FL
     
  7. chodgdon

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    Just picked up a g34, dated 1/13. It had the 336 ejector and dipped extractor. I had a 30724 ejector and put it in before I even fired it. Went to range yesterday and got weak extraction. I had a non dipped lci extractor put it in and there was a huge improvement. So that is what I am running now.
     
  8. pat701

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    Nobody should have to make modifications to a NIB firearm of any brand. Maybe i am old school to expect a NIB firearm to function properly!!!!:crying::steamed:
     
  9. Pepiot

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    I am sick of this ****. Shoot it i like a man and you will be good to go.
     
  10. banddr2

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    Amen Brother. I've been hitting Walmart at 5am with limited success.
     
  11. jmill88

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    Yeah, because you are the only person on this sight that knows how to shoot. Give me a break!
     
  12. BMiracletx

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    I have plenty with dipped extractors and they shoot fine.

    Why dont you just get a new extractor and ejector, order a 40S&W barrel, and call it a day? Then you can shoot 40 now, and convert back to 9mm when the supply comes back.