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Best way to reach Glock for (free?) replacement of old ejector?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by maestrogustav, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. maestrogustav

    maestrogustav

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    phone? Email? Do I need to provide serial numbers?

    This is for 5 units G19gen4; all were purchased out of "old new" stock and do not have the newest ejector. Thanks.
     
  2. vmann

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    your going to need to call the warranty dept at glock and they will provide you with the information on how to send in your pistol for replacement parts.....otherwise, find a local glock armorer and have them upgrade or repair the pistol....gssf matches are a great place to find an armorer....
     

  3. maestrogustav

    maestrogustav

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    If I have a local armorer do it, do I need to buy the part, and/or pay for the work done?

    Sending them all to Smyrna is a no-go-- I can change the parts in less than 5 minutes, but since it's 5 pistols it's $50 in parts, and I don't want to void any warranties.
     
  4. vmann

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    if you go to a gssf match, they will do it for free....

    personally if it was me, i would do the work myself, why do you think you need the ejector replaced on all of your pistols....

    if money is the issue, just do one or two at a time....

    ps, your not going to void any warranties
     
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    Butch RetiredDinosaur Millennium Member CLM

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    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Glock will not send you internal parts unless you are a presently certified Glock Armorer.