Hi Glock Experts, I'm hoping you can help me with a technical question. I have a new Glock 19 (gen 3). When assembling/disassembling, I'm finding that the ejector will run into the slide cover plate unless I move the slide to the right to get around the ejector. What's more concerning is the ejector also runs into the firing pin, which I can also get around by keeping the slide pushed to the right. I'm not too concerned about the slide cover plate — it's annoying but I can live with it. However, I don't love the idea of the ejector scratching the firing pin (lug). I don't think this will cause an issue any time soon, but it's certainly not something I would want to happen for years — I'm sure it will eventually wear a groove into the firing pin lug. Has anyone experienced this issue and found a solution? I'm keeping my eyes open for a replacement gen 3 trigger housing to see if my ejector is just bent more than it should be. I'm hopeful that's the issue, but I worry something else could be misaligned, such as one of the rails, etc. Appreciate any and all guidance here. Thanks very much.