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G19 G4 ejector

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by rolltide_pisco, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. rolltide_pisco

    rolltide_pisco NRA Patron Life Member

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    How do you tell what # ejector you have? I shot my G19 this past Sunday and took a few shells to the forehead? Since y'all talk about the 30274 I wanted to know if my G19 has the updated parts? Fire date was 1/30/12
     
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    Take the slide off and read the numbers on the side.
     

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    sorry i was referring to the extractor!:dunno:
     
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    rolltide_pisco NRA Patron Life Member

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    It is 30274. Could it be that the WInchester 115gr 100 rd value pack is weak or limp wristing? It wouldnt have anything to do with me shooting left handed?
     
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    Keep in mind the new 30274 ejector is simply a band-aid...it's not a true 'fix' to the original issues Glock is having recently. Until Glock gets things completely figured out and R&D'd properly inconsistent ejection is to be expected...although reduced w/the new ejector.
     
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    I thought between the new RSA, the new 30274 ejector, and possibly the new extractor everything was now good to go? What else is left to change out?
     
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    It could have everything to do with the ammo you're shooting and/or limp writing. Shooting left-handed, if you're left-handed or do so with a firm grip, shouldn't matter. The ejector number is on the part itself. I believe the possibly troubled part # is 332. I don't own a problematic G19, mine is okay, but I think that's the part number that I've read about. The website's search feature will help you out alot.