I'm curious if any shooters with over 2500* rounds through their Gen4 19s can report how well they are working for them? Is the ejection solid or all over the place?
On paper this looks like an ideal pistol for the wife but the 19 seems to be the one Gen4 I still hear complaints about from people who actually shoot them seriously.
I like my Gen3 but the slightly smaller grip circumference of the Gen4 could be a plus for her.
*2500 not a lot of rounds but the vast majority of Glocks never get shot this much before the owners get bored.
I am closing in on 15000 rounds with no issues. At one point I did begin to have the slide fully return to battery while shooting suppressed, but replaced the recoils assembly spring and all was right again. You are asking about a Glock. I bet my 15000 rounds is nothing in comparison to the amount of rounds other have through theirs. Mine is a Gen 4 and the ejection has remained the same since round 1. I believe that issues with Gen 4s were when they first came out and have all resolved since.