Did I Possibly Screw Up ???????

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Zertek, Mar 31, 2012.

  1. Zertek

    Zertek

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    Well I went to the Gun Show today and I seen a NIB Gen3 G26 with the shiny black finish on the slide and the test fire date of 2/21/12 and another one with a sequential serial number so I took the plunge and got them both I won't be able to take them to the range till middle of next week they both have the 336 ejector in them with the new fangled RSA. My question is has their been any problems with this kind of a set-up on the newer Gen3 26's ?? Opinions?
     
  2. *Paladin*

    *Paladin* Will travel....

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    The double coil RSA isn't new in the sub-compacts. They've always had double-coil RSAs, to the best of my knowledge...
     

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  4. MikeG36

    MikeG36 Have Gun Will Travel

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    My 2900 round experience with the 336 ejector (in my G19) has been perfect thus far. Good luck with the new pistols. :)
     
  5. MrVvrroomm

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    Congrats on your purchase. Shoot more, worry less.
     
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    My G26 Gen4 was manufactured in aug of 2011, and has the 336 ejector.

    I have been posting here as the gun has been getting broke in with 750 rounds so far.

    At first, within the first couple hundred rounds, I had some FTF and double feed malfunctions....along with weak ejection with 115gr ammo.

    As time went on...things smoothed out, and now I have been experiencing nothing but success!

    Try it out....some have had perfection, some need a break in period, and some need a return trip to Georgia.
    Good luck!
     
  7. Zertek

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    Update:
    I couldn't wait until the middle of the week so I went to the range today fired off 100 rds with each 26 and they performed flawless, so far so good.....
     
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    Congrats on the new glocks... glad they are working like they should be...

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  9. TSAX

    TSAX USAF Vet

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    Congrats, its hard to wait when you get a new gun, the anticipation can be overwhelming :supergrin:







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    I've got a Gen 3 G26 with the 336 ejector and a #2 extractor that functions flawlessly.
     
  11. MikeG36

    MikeG36 Have Gun Will Travel

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    That's great news. Glad you're having fun and I'm sure the trend will continue.
     
  12. Eagle1

    Eagle1 Oh glockaholic!

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    nothing wrong with mine, test fired 3/1/12 gen3 G26 and it is very accurate. No issues at all. Shoot the crap out of them...
     
  13. robhic

    robhic I'm your huckleberry.... Platinum Member

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    I bought a Gen 3 G26 around October of last year (2011). It has never, I repeat NEVER, given me one, single problem. It shoots cheap steel-cased ammo as well as all brass RN and SD HP bullets with no trouble. It is a great gun and is all stock used for CC. I really like this gun....
     
  14. SGT278ACR

    SGT278ACR Retired Veteran

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    Same here. Got mine February this year. All I've put through it so far has been cheap steel case ammo. Ate it up just fine. This is also my CCW. All stock except for Pearce grip extensions & a butt plug. I don't think you screwed up. I've heard satisfactionn 99% of the time from other G26 owners.
     
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