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Should I be Worried?!?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by dblong, Oct 23, 2012.


  1. dakrat

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    Glock is the most common pistol in action shooting disciplines. thousands of rounds through these guns and live rounds are ejected all the time. I have not heard any problem yet.
     

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  2. Arc Angel

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    That's true!

    Still, with great reluctance I purchased a #30274 ejector, and installed it in my G-19. After firing several hundred rounds I have to admit, the 30274 is simply a better ejector.
     

  3. dusty_dragon

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    yes it is, f.e. i had no need to change it in my gen2.5 G19, it was just fine with the 336, but just to test it, i installed a 30274 and the ejection was even better (brass closer together on the range floor)
     
  4. dblong

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    Hmmmm. For $8.50, I can't seem to find much harm in trying it out.

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  6. Mister X

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    Here's the email response from Mas and the original article....


    Dear Mas,

    Have you ever heard of live round going off when being ejected from a 9mm Glock(or any other pistol)?

    The moderator of this site http://www.gunsite.co.za/forums/showthread.php?16824-Unloading-and-Loading-the-pistol... wrote that 9mm Glocks are prone to this due to the shape of their ejector and why it is not a good idea to catch a ejected chambered round from a Glock.

    Thanks,
    Dan

    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]That's true of most modern auto pistols, including 1911s with extended ejectors. It's why I teach to NEVER eject into the palm.


    best,
    Mas



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