Seems to me if Glock can't fix weak and erratic ejection they should replace the gun. I can imagine it might require quite a battle with them but I would think it could be possible. If push came to shove maybe state lemon laws could help. Anyone try? Anyone successful? (Off topic a bit, but I wonder if maybe we could institute a product recall drive.... ejecting hot cases into eyes and down shirts is a safety defect. Seems like a product recall could be warranted. There is also a liability issue here: poor ejection increases the chances of a malfunction. If malfunction results during a self-defense incident Glock could be liable for allowing a product with a known defect to stay on the market without a safety recall Kind of surprised that no one has taken Glock to small claims court yet - or maybe someone has and we haven't heard about it).