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G19 Ejector

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by mikiep, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. mikiep

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    I have been reading about the ejectors on the G 19 gen 3 and 4 manufactured after Nov 2010 with a number of 336. My question is, is it all Gen 3 and 4 manufactured after that date having the problem or just some. I'm asking because I only have about 100 rounds on my Gen 3 that was manufactured Feb. 2011 and have had no problems yet but, only about 100 rounds out of it. Thanks
     
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  2. Spartan24

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    No problems? No problem! Keep shooting!

    Not all the newest batches of Glocks are having issues. Only a small part of the whole. Count yourself lucky and load your mags so you can empty them with pulls of a trigger!


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    Any idea what numbers are having issues? Like the ejector numbers?


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  4. bill1725

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    Where is this number "336" located? I cannot find it on my G19.
     
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    Not all have the ejection problem. If you haven't experienced it, you don't have anything to worry about and there's no need to change anything.

    This is the ejector, the one pictured is the old ejector, 336 for 9mm or 1882 for .40.
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    These are pictures of the new ejectors:
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  6. Wizz

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    One speculation is that the newer mim extractors are wearing quicker, so the problems may not surface for 2-3k rounds when using the 336 ejector until the mim extractor starts wearing out. It's best to look at info/examples from people that put a lot of rounds down range instead of reports from casual shooters who might only shoot 1-2K rounds/year. Any problematic patterns will surface quickly when shooting 2,000 rounds per month. Congrats and enjoy! And if it does by chance start acting up you can always send it to Glock and they will put the new ejector in it.
     
  7. tango44

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    All my 9mm Glocks have the 336 ejector and no problems at all!
    G17, G19, G26.
     
  8. DannyR

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    If you have no problems, you will have no problems. Shoot and enjoy.
     
  9. MountainGlock

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    If it is the MIM extractor, can you buy non MIM extractors anywhere ?
     
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  11. voyager4520

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    You can look around in your local gun stores that sell Glock parts to see if they have old stock of extractors. The old investment cast extractors have a tiny number cast into the internal spine of the extractor. The new "MIM" extractors either have the number cast into the rounded "leg" of the extractor or they have no number.
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    Here's a picture showing where to look for the cast number on an old investment cast extractor:
    http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa348/SGTDuffman/Glock%20Fixes/NEWEXTRACTOR5.jpg

    Remember, if you use an extractor that doesn't have a Loaded Chamber Indicator(LCI), you must also use a non-LCI spring loaded bearing for your caliber.

    LoneWolf makes their own brand of investment cast extractors as well, I just wish they hadn't put the cast number into the semi-circle cut-out that the firing pin safety seats into, that cast number wears on the part of the firing pin safety that contacts it. If I get another one in the future, I'm going to grind the cast number down to be flush with the surrounding surface.

    Apex Tactical has been experimenting with 9mm Glock extractors, so far I don't think they've put them into production, they just had some prototypes. They're machined but I'm not sure from what, it looks like bar stock carbon steel. Here's a thread about it:
    http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1396760
     
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    My Injector is 30274

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  13. HKLovingIT

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    If you had the issues you would know right away. My new one ejected left, right, up and back at my face from the get go. Every magazine through it. Eventually the left hand ejection stopped and the tempo of brass to the face slowed, but it was still a lot. It's back at Glock.

    I think you are fine.