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    Chris perhaps you can add as I am sure you know that even with a properly positioned grip and trigger pull if the shooter does not maintain a rigid arm position there is the potential for a problem. As the Glock utilizes the action of the slide after a round is fired to expel the spend brass and chamber another a soft arm position will have not only the slide moving back but also the entire gun. This takes energy away from the slide with can lead to stove pipes and problems with ejection
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    A lot of us did a lot of experimenting to solve this problem. Some even buying another well known company's extractor.
    What Chris has listed here has probably solved 99% of the problems we were having. I know I spent a good bit of money
    myself. My G19 now has the parts listed here and it works fine. Some of those experimental parts I bought are in drawer
    with all those holsters I've bought over the years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamVetJoe View Post
    Chris perhaps you can add as I am sure you know that even with a properly positioned grip and trigger pull if the shooter does not maintain a rigid arm position there is the potential for a problem. As the Glock utilizes the action of the slide after a round is fired to expel the spend brass and chamber another a soft arm position will have not only the slide moving back but also the entire gun. This takes energy away from the slide with can lead to stove pipes and problems with ejection
    Joe,

    Good point, and I had composed a reply that I thought I had posted, but it's gone. Here's the new "Shooter" Section:

    5) Shooter: Shooting a Glock well and making it perform well require a good grip on the gun. It's that simple, people. If you are a new shooter, or if you have been shooting something else and are just coming back to your Glock, your grip may have deteriorated. A good way to determine if grip is your problem is to have a friend shoot your gun, to see if he or she has the same ejection problems that you are experiencing. If not, then your grip could be the cause. Here is a link to a thread on establishing a good grip: Basic Action Shooting: The Grip and Trigger Pull. Arm position and posture also play a role, here's a link to a thread on that topic: Basic Action Shooting: Stance .

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    Some of those experimental parts I bought are in drawer with all those holsters I've bought over the years.
    Who does not have a drawer or two like this is what I want to know .....



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    Quote Originally Posted by NWGlocker View Post
    Sticky!!!

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    My Gen 3 19 with the 336 ejector occasionally sends brass back at me. Is it possible that I would benefit from the 30274 ejector?

    I have also been considering giving on of these a try. https://apextactical.com/store/produ...pg1-cid22.html What do you guys think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryno785 View Post
    My Gen 3 19 with the 336 ejector occasionally sends brass back at me. Is it possible that I would benefit from the 30274 ejector?
    Yes, the 30274 ejector will help, I've done this fix on a number of Gen3 guns. Buy these parts from Glockmeister:

    Trigger Mechanism Housing with ejector for 4th Gen 9MM GLOCK-www.glockmeister.com
    ($7)
    Depressor plunger spring-www.glockmeister.com ($3)

    The first is Glock part number 30275, which contains the ejector marked "30274". Remove the ejector from 30725, and replace the existing ejector in your gun with this part. The ejectors are removed by removing the Trigger Mechanism Housing from the gun, then pulling them straight forward out of the Trigger Mechanism Housing, and replaced by pushing them straight back in until they stop. Try not to scratch the ejectors by putting some masking tape on the pliers you will need to use to do this work.

    The second part is the Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring, which might be worn if the gun has a lot of rounds through it. Replacing it is a cheap way to rule that possibility out.

    Replacing those two parts will very likely cure the problem, I have made this fix on several Gen3 Glocks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryno785 View Post
    I have also been considering giving on of these a try. https://apextactical.com/store/produ...pg1-cid22.html What do you guys think?
    You could certainly buy the Apex extractor and Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring for $59.95 unless you would rather spend $20.47 on the Lone Wolf Extractor and a new Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring, which I know works fine:

    https://www.lonewolfdist.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=155971&TERM=extractor
    $16.99
    https://www.lonewolfdist.com/Detail....unger%20spring $3.48

    (Obviously, if you buy the Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring from Glockmeister, you don't need another one from Lone Wolf...)

    I recommend taking this one step at a time:

    1. Replace the Ejector and Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring.
    2. Test the gun.
    3. If the problem persists, replace the Extractor.

    Chris
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    Quote Originally Posted by cohland View Post
    Yes, the 30274 ejector will help, I've done this fix on a number of Gen3 guns. Buy these parts from Glockmeister:

    Trigger Mechanism Housing with ejector for 4th Gen 9MM GLOCK-www.glockmeister.com
    ($7)
    Depressor plunger spring-www.glockmeister.com ($3)

    The first is Glock part number 30275, which contains the ejector marked "30274". Remove the ejector from 30725, and replace the existing ejector in your gun with this part. The ejectors are removed by removing the Trigger Mechanism Housing from the gun, then pulling them straight forward out of the Trigger Mechanism Housing, and replaced by pushing them straight back in until they stop. Try not to scratch the ejectors by putting some masking tape on the pliers you will need to use to do this work.

    The second part is the Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring, which might be worn if the gun has a lot of rounds through it. Replacing it is a cheap way to rule that possibility out.

    Replacing those two parts will very likely cure the problem, I have made this fix on several Gen3 Glocks.



    You could certainly buy the Apex extractor and Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring for $59.95 unless you would rather spend $19.99 on the Lone Wolf Extractor and a new Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring, which I know works fine:

    https://www.lonewolfdist.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=155971&TERM=extractor

    https://www.lonewolfdist.com/Detail....unger%20spring

    (Obviously, if you buy the Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring from Glockmeister, you don't need another one from Lone Wolf...)

    I recommend taking this one step at a time:

    1. Replace the Ejector and Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring.
    2. Test the gun.
    3. If the problem persists, replace the Extractor.

    Chris
    Thanks! I was hoping just the ejector would help the issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryno785 View Post
    Thanks! I was hoping just the ejector would help the issue.
    It's very likely that it will.
    Honest!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cohland View Post
    It's very likely that it will.
    Honest!

    Chris
    Parts are ordered with a set of rubber grip decals to for the heck of it! lol Makes it easy when you post all the links for me....Thanks again Chris!

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