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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by elbruto75, Apr 28, 2012.
There available on ebay.All i did was type Glock #: 30275 in the seach and found one seller.
Friend, I BELIEVE what you're wanting is a 30274, NOT 75??
The part number for the 30274 is 30275.
Yes. 30275 is the trigger housing. 30274 is the individual ejector that is in the housing.
Seem to be gone now...
Why are these not available to the general public? I've been trying to find one of these and a Lone Wolf extractor to no avail.
If your a glock armorer, get one directly from glock. Ship one to your house.
Sorry for the ignorance, but what are you guys talking about? What is this ejector? Is it the stock ejector or different somehow? Why is it not generally available? Is it for a specific model(s)? Which ones?
Please fill me in as I am currently trying to learn everything I can about my G22 gen 3.
Agreed.....I'm curious too.
My quote was "Why are these not available to the general public?". Glock armorers are not the general public.
Not sure why it's not widely available. My experience is that for any Gen4 specific stuff ("." connectors, RSA, etc.) the tech requests a serial number.
What part of the country are you in? The LE distributors and shops should have an armorer who can request one for you, or that you can reference to Glock so that they can swap it out for you.
Here is the description for the 30275 trigger part from my latest copy of the Glock Armorer's parts list order form FRM-72-27.pdf:
Trigger Mechanism Housing w/ejector 9mm Gen4
I didn't know that about the trigger housing. I just called Glock and asked for a 30274 ejector (only) and had one in the mail about 2 weeks later. I didn't want the entire housing for just the part, which is still sitting in my gun cabinet. My Gen.3 G19's been perfect for the first 500 rounds that I've put through it, but I thought just in case better to be prepared.
Long story short, some of the newer gen 3 and gen 4 9mms are having issues with ejecting the brass. Those pistols that are having the problems all seem to have the older '336' ejector installed. Glock has an updated ejector, the '30274'. The issue is, that you can't just buy an ejector...you have to buy the whole trigger housing (30275) and remove the ejector from it and switch it out with the problematic 336 ejector.
This phenomenon seems to be isolated to just the 9mm pistols, so your .40 should be fine.
Hope this clears it up for you.
The Gen4 9mm trigger housings from MidwayUSA.com and glockparts.com have been confirmed to have the 30274 ejector. I ordered a few Gen4 .40 trigger housings from glockparts.com and they have the 28926 ejector, the ejector doesn't have a number on it but it is indeed the 28926 ejector.
The old Gen4 trigger housings with old ejectors have been discontinued. It should only be a matter of time before other retailers get the new version with the new ejectors.
Edit: LoneWolfDist.com has also been confirmed to have the Gen4 9mm trigger housing w/30274 ejector.
Because Glock pretty much does not sell parts to the general public.
I can name a couple of dozen retailers that sell OEM Glock parts. None of them have any 30274 ejectors in stock.
I do not know if this site is accurate but they claim to have 132 in stock.
Look around....swapping out the 336 ejector is NOT curing everyone's problems.
From the looks of the most recent additions to the Solve You Ejection problem thread, I would say that it might help some. I did not say that it would cure "everyone's problems." How did you solve yours?