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New 9mm extractor

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by hearsedriver, Jul 23, 2012.

  1. hearsedriver

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    FYI: I received a new 9mm extractor today from Midway that is non-dipped. It also has a more finished appearance with nice machine work as compared to the extractors in my current Gen 4s. I may not be MIM and is described by Midway ad carbon steel. I don't know. It has a number 2 on the bottom of the round part. I don't have any ejection issues at the moment but will be giving it a try soon. Hopefully, Glock is making some strides in correcting the ejection problem.

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    Who manufactured it? Glock? Lonewolf? Or another company?
     
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    Glock...
     
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    how did you know it was non dipped ?
     
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    Becasue they just got a new shipment of them in last week and I knew that the new ones from Glock were non-dipped.
     
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    Will these extractors work in a Gen 4?

    Can you tell from the pictures on Midway whether or not these are MIM extractors? Where would the MIM seams be?
     
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    Yes, they fit Gen 4 9mm's.
     
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