Hello, All After owning over 10 pistols, I am a proud owner of my first Glock! Love It! I finally see what all the fuss is about and couldn't be happier with the purchase. The knowledge gained from this forum helped me greatly as well in buying the firearm. The Size, weight, capacity, and trigger/accuracy have been phenomenal. No FTF or FTE so far on 125 rounds (50 S&B 124gn, 50 Independence 115gn, 25 Hornady Critical Defense) Ejection has been GREAT as well, even though I was concerned about the 336 ejector. Gen 3 19 Ser# TKNxxx Test Fire: June 2012 Ejector: 336 My main concern for this post is how incredibly close the ejector is to contacting the primer when unloading a live round. To investigate further I put a piece of electrical tape on the base of the cartridge and ejected. The results showed me where the contact is happening and gave me cause for concern. The tape was scared by the ejector just barely away from the primer as well as on the edge of the primer itself. After taking off the tape there is a barely noticeable mark on the primer. Not enough to ignite in anyway, but nonetheless I could tell some small amount of contact was made I dont eject a live round with much force and the round does kick out of the gun fine. My worries are that over time, could the ejector bend ever so slightly to cause a potential AD? Ive never seen an ejector hit this close to the primer in any of my other handguns. In fact, its the opposite. Most contact is made near the edge of the case far away from the primer. Is this common on 9mm Glocks? Should I be concerned, or I am I being overly cautious? Any input is greatly appreciated!