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jastroud
05-01-2012, 20:45
Evening folks. I recently purchased a 3rd gen 26 and I have not even gotten any range time with her. I cleaned her up today and noticed she had the 336 ejector that has received bad press as of late. What should I look out for at the range?

Folsom_Prison
05-01-2012, 20:46
What's the manufacturing date?

jastroud
05-01-2012, 20:58
Test fire date of 1/5/2009.

Folsom_Prison
05-01-2012, 21:02
Test fire date of 1/5/2009.

I'd say your good to go man! My 19 has the 336 and was made December 09 I believe, it's ran like a top out of the box! :)

Congrats on your new pistol! :supergrin:

jastroud
05-01-2012, 21:13
Awesome! Thanks for the feedback.


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Rustin
05-01-2012, 21:19
I had a Gen4 G19 with a 336 and it worked fine.

HKLovingIT
05-01-2012, 21:27
I have 3 x 9mm Glocks that are pre 2010 manufacture, including a G26. They all have that ejector. They all run tops, and have from day one. My latest G17, test fire date 3/1/2012 is back at Glock currently.

You should be good to go. I think if I buy anymore 9mm models they will be police trades or older used ones unless I can crack open the case and check the test fire date.

Folsom_Prison
05-01-2012, 21:57
Awesome! Thanks for the feedback.


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Your welcome, now go shoot the snot out of it! :supergrin:

ken grant
05-02-2012, 06:54
I had a 19 (Dec.09) that ejected all over the place including left,foward,head and face.

the fix for it was a 30274 ejector and another extractor.

faawrenchbndr
05-02-2012, 06:55
Get to the range and see how if performs.......if you have issues, replace it.

jb1911
05-02-2012, 07:52
I've got a Gen 3, G26 with a 336 ejector, a dipped, non-polished LCI extractor that falls out on it's own. My slide is the rough, grey finish. Fired date is June of 2011. It operates flawlessly in every way.

This forum has had a bad influence on you, don't worry about it until you get some brass stuck in your forehead.

Zertek
05-02-2012, 08:40
Your GTG

jastroud
10-30-2012, 13:19
No doubt it's fine. I love shooting this little Glock, maybe even more than the G19 I had a while back. It is a great carry gun that I hope I never have to use, but won't think twice about it performing if I do.

cajun_chooter
10-30-2012, 15:33
I have a G26/3 that ejects brass everywhere... darn it..
guess i will have to replace the ejector... anyone have a idea where to order the new ejector ?

ken grant
10-30-2012, 15:56
I have a 26 (2005) that ejected everywhere.
Changed the 336 ejector to a 30274 ejector.
It is a little better but not by much.

xcaliburelite
10-30-2012, 16:05
Lone Wolf sells them. I ordered one this morning for my gen4. It comes in the trigger housing, not by itself. You can call glock but they wont send one to you unless you're an armorer. Lone Wolf doesn't sell the 30274 already installed in a gen3 trigger housing, nor do they sell it by itself. You'll have to buy a gen4 trigger housing and remove the ejector and install it in your trigger housing. The housings are different between gen3 and gen4.

SJ 40
10-30-2012, 16:24
Midway has them but currently shows them out of stock,they show them back in stock on 11/03/12 a couple of days from now.

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/225860/glock-trigger-housing-with-ejector-glock-9mm-generation-4

If you enlarge the picture you can read the # on the ejector.

SJ 40

xcaliburelite
10-30-2012, 16:42
Lone Wolf is in stock though, and shipping was cheap!

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curlysir
10-30-2012, 17:51
Midway has them but currently shows them out of stock,they show them back in stock on 11/03/12 a couple of days from now.

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/225860/glock-trigger-housing-with-ejector-glock-9mm-generation-4

If you enlarge the picture you can read the # on the ejector.

SJ 40

They must be selling a lot of these. They don't stay in stock very long. They do get them back in stock fairly quick however.