Hello, I’m new to the forum but not new to Glocks. Owned and carried several over the years, some good, some not so good. I recently purchased a brand new Gen. 3 model 26. I’ve run 120 rounds through it, consisting of American eagle, Winchester white box, and Hornady Custom 147 grain hp’s. With all ammo, I’m experiencing the classic late production gen 3 erratic ejection. Left, right, onto my head, onto my arms, into my face, etc. Oh, and my gun came with the #336 ejector. I e-maild Glock, and am waiting for a response. On the off chance that they can’t or won’t fix it, or, (more likely), shipping it out of, and then back into, California, is too costly, I’m not opposed to repairing it myself. I’ve read various threads and watched various videos of folks using the gen. 4 or 5 ejectors. So my question is, for those of you who have swapped ejectors and have been running them for awhile, has it effected the gun’s reliability? Last question is, has anyone sent a gun back to Glock with this issue, and if so, what did they do to fix it? Thanks folks! Ron.