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What fixed your erratic ejection?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Marred, Aug 16, 2012.

  1. Marred

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    First I don't want to start a debate about I love Glocks or I hate Glocks, please don't vent or brag here. Wanted to hear what has cured your erratic ejection, only. My Gen 3 G19 "S" serial# 3/2012 test fire date gun was cured with a Glock installed non-dipped #2 extractor and a 30274 ejector. Please keep all posts to:

    1. Glock 17 or 19 late Gen 3 or Gen 4. ONLY manufactured between 2011 and 2012. Ok 2010 if it has one of the following serial numbers.

    2. Serial numbers starting with P, Q, R or S.

    3. Erratic ejection 100% cured.

    4. If you have one of these and don't have any ejection issues, what extractor/ejector do you have?

    Reason being is that I haven't heard a definite, this will fix it. A combination of OEM Glock extractor and ejector fixed mine. Let's see if we can put this to rest.
     
  2. youngdocglock

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    A visit to the doctor and some muscle relaxants.....OHHHHHH ejection! Ummmm havnt fixed that yet :rofl:
     

  3. Gun Shark

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    Damnit you beat me to it.:rofl::tongueout::wavey:
     
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  4. Marred

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    Guys, I said erratic not premature.:supergrin:
     
  5. youngdocglock

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    Only premature if you were aiming for a higher goal! If not its just wednesday :supergrin: :rofl:
     
  6. tonyparson

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    Delete until I do more test...
     
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  7. TTex

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    Well so far (250 rounds) the new ejector (30274) worked for my Gen 4 G26. I did hit the extractor with sandpaper just to clean it up a bit, but for the most part it was the new ejector that made the most difference. If I continue to have issues I'll put in a new extractor I purchased when I bought the new trigger housing. (Gen 4 so I swapped the whole housing and didnt have to swap ejectors in different housings, 30275 I beleive is the part number)
    I will say my pistol didnt ping me constantly, but it would throw one at me maybe once or twice in a box of a hundred. It stove-piped on me twice and so then I disassembled and cleaned it, and decided to fix it up.
    Really I think the problem is a fixable one, in most cases, there have only been a few here and there that I figure are really having some weird hard to fix problems.
     
  8. Bruce M

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    Potentially interesting thread. How many different problem parts/potential fixes are there. Seems to me the first effort involved different recoil spring assemblies.


    (Unless of course you subscribe to the "you have two eyeballs so a shell casing hitting only one eyeball is not a problem" theory..)
     
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  9. plouffedaddy

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    I have lots of Glocks made after 2010 and only one had problems. 3 trips to the factory and a replacement gun fixed it.
     
  10. Bruce M

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    Interesting situation; safe guess that you have both third generation and Gen4 Glocks made after 2010? And only one of them was significantly different than the others?
     
  11. cowboy1964

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    P serialed G4 19 here. Nothing so far has helped. Newest RSA, 30274 ejector, new (dipped) extractor. Haven't tried a non-dipped yet. Waiting for the Apex extractor.

    The best combo so far is either the original 0-3 RSA and 336 ejector or 30274 ejector. The new RSA seems to make things worse.
     
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  12. Slug71

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    I just called Glock about the BTF issues from my G19 RTF2 and they told me to replace my Guide Rod assembly. Said its recommended every 2500->5000 rds.

    Never heard that before. But really, that could be it??

    Sent from my MB855 using Tapatalk 2
     
  13. wrecks24

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    I have a T serial G19 Gen 3, test fired in June 12, has a dipped extractor and runs great out of the box
     
  14. plouffedaddy

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    Yes. PYU serial number Gen4 19 was a nightmare(one of the first ones made). Bought a Gen3 19 with a 03/12 born on date that has been flawless as has been the Gen4 19 replacement (born on 01/12).
     
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  15. ColdSteelNail

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    I took mine to Glock in Smyrna. I brought it home and the only thing that changed was that the brass just hit me with more force. To remedy the problem I sold it. ( I did tell the buyer why I was selling). Many on this forum will insist that it's shooter error, but I have never had a problem with any other gun except that one (Gen4 23).
     
  16. Bald Baron

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    Gen 4 G19, replaced the stock extractor with an old style 9mm extractor ( no loaded chamber indicator) from Lone Wolf and an extra power extractor spring from White Sound Defense. 700 issue free rounds since (950 rounds trying other solutions first).:wavey:
     
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    Glock model 19 Gen4 S/N RWY***

    Factory test fired 12-SEP-2011

    Purchased JAN-2012

    One or two stovepipes every 100 rounds with 124gr factory ammo

    336 ejector replaced with 30274 ejector MAY-2012

    Zero stovepipe problems after ejector replaced
     
  19. Aquagear

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    I have a gen. 3 G17 test fire date 6/13/11. Fixed it with an older non dipped extractor, I was lucky enough to get one from a Glock armorer I know who had a couple left. So far no more BTF.:wavey:
     
  20. jnc54

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    gen 4 17. ser# T@#XXXX. Test fired 7/12/12. Purchased 7/31/12. 300 rds of 115 gr. blazer brass and 124 gr. speer lawman. 30274 ejector. dipped extractor. No BTF yet. One every so often will land on my right shoulder. The rest from 4 to 5 o'clock about two ft behind me.

    Seems to be a lot weaker ejection than my other pistols - LC9 , LCP , 1911. From what I have heard from some others on this forum I should consider myself lucky.