Curiosity question: My 36 under warranty, only two months owned, was having various ejection problems and seller (also the owner of range where I shoot) sent it in to Glock for warranty repairs. It was returned - seems fine now - least on ammo I used tonight, will use other next time to check it out more. What amazed me is the report of replacement parts Glock installed for what I thought would be a problem involving one or two. According to the enclosed report - which listed no "diagnosis" but only parts replaced - they replaced the following for the ejection problem: -recoil spring -firing pin assembly -EDP assembly -firing pin safety -trigger bar -spring -channel liner -connector -ejector -spring -magazine CATC extractor -slide lock spring -magazine catch -locking block pin -slide cover plate -follower -cleaned and tested Quite a lot! So my question: I wondered if Glock as a matter of course simply replaced the major assemblies for any repair, tested it and sent it back. I'm not complaining at all. I got half a new gun. Just curious if such a general part-replacement was SOP, instead of targeting specific parts to replace for specific problems. Thanks.