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ken grant
11-23-2011, 20:22
I tried to get an answer in General Glocking but no reply to my question.

Can you use an old extractor in a Gen.3 19?
If so, do need a different springloaded bearing?

Seems as if Glock had to change the ejectors to work with the later extractors and have not come up with a fix for the Gen.3's, only the Gen.4's

cciman
11-23-2011, 22:21
How much older? Are talking about the non-LCI extractors?

In order to upgrade from the older extractors to the LCI, the slide had to be milled at Glock. So I think the answer is no.

I tried to get an answer in General Glocking but no reply to my question.

Can you use an old extractor in a Gen.3 19?
If so, do need a different springloaded bearing?

Seems as if Glock had to change the ejectors to work with the later extractors and have not come up with a fix for the Gen.3's, only the Gen.4's

SCC
11-23-2011, 22:33
I tried to get an answer in General Glocking but no reply to my question.

Can you use an old extractor in a Gen.3 19?
If so, do need a different springloaded bearing?

Seems as if Glock had to change the ejectors to work with the later extractors and have not come up with a fix for the Gen.3's, only the Gen.4's
Can you use an old extractor in a Gen.3 19? yes if you get the right parts

do i need a different springloaded bearing? yes you will :wavey:

SCC
11-23-2011, 22:41
How much older? Are talking about the non-LCI extractors?

In order to upgrade from the older extractors to the LCI, the slide had to be milled at Glock. So I think the answer is no.
thats only if you had a 90 deg. breach face slide
LIKE THIS
http://i50.tinypic.com/2u46nhx.jpg
he wants to put a older part in a gen 3 a ( non-LCI )
http://i46.tinypic.com/ht728j.jpg

SCC
11-23-2011, 23:17
HERE YOU GO !! http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1383292