Glock 19 Another Gen 3 thread regarding BRF

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by TahoeNV, Jan 29, 2017.

  1. TahoeNV

    TahoeNV

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    I have a Larry Vickers G19 that was built in July of 2016, and I'm having I'm having BTF issues. It has a 336 ejector, and based on research here, I thought the 336 was replaced a couple of years ago with the 30274. Did Glock go back to the 336? Is this an anomaly? Is there any reason why I can't use a 30274 in this pistol?

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  2. OBG17

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    If I recall correctly, the 30274 came with the Gen 4 TMH. I bought them and pulled the 336 from my Gen 3 G17/G19. I don't know about the Vickers since I don't have one. But if your Vickers mods didn't touch the trigger system, then I don't see why the 30274 won't work. The 30274 along with the non-LCI SLB has taken care of the BTF for me. You can also switch out the extractor with one from Apex to cure BTF as others have done.
     

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    I would remove the extractor and look for wear marks where it is not moving freely in the slide slot. If I was to make any adjustments, I would only fit the extractor and not touch the slide itself.
     
  4. TahoeNV

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    Thanks guys. The trigger in the Vickers is just a stock trigger. I'll look at the extractor, and will buy a 30274 to swap. Other than this issue, I love this gun. I've got about 300 rounds through it, and really like how it shoots.