Is there any difference between the gen 5 guns sold to the public and the "M" pistols sold to the FBI?
Had to remove my factory extended stop off of my Glock 35 for that exact reason....; traded a guy who wanted an extended one.I like the good ol extended slidestop lever as a diagnostic tool. If it doesn’t jam the slide open after every single shot, you’re not gripping high enough with your support hand!
That's what FRM-72-26 shows for parts applicability, yet there is no technical reason that a 47208 TMH with 47021 ejector would not also be applicable for M and Gen5 G17/G19 pistols. It would be bizarre if a Gen5 G19 and a G19X required different TMHs.The 47201 ejector is not approved for use on the G17, G19 Gen5 yet. It is only on the 34 MOS, 26 Gen5, and the 19X. 30274 is still used on the 17, 19 Gen5 pistols.
The G17 I bought last week has the old 30274 and matched/beveled dust cover. The dealer said it had just been delivered the day I bought it and they have a pretty decent throughput.There are doubtless many Gen5 G17 and G19 pistols brand new in Glock dealer inventory everywhere with the original TMH/E, while no doubt all Gen5 G19X/G26/G34 pistols in dealer inventory have the new TMH/E. I'd be willing to bet that Gen5 G17/G19 pistols leaving the factory right now use TMH/E 47208/47021, regardless of what FRM-72-26 says.
You have just confused the entire discussion.The G17 I bought last week has the old 47208 and matched/beveled dust cover. The dealer said it had just been delivered the day I bought it..
So what you wrote in post #15 stating that part 47208 (TMH with 47021 ejector) was present in your new Gen5 G17 is incorrect.Nope. 30274 ejector, beveled frame, BGMD prefix, delivered and purchased 13FEB2018.