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I am about to replace my trouger housing with 336 ejector for one with the 1882 ejector and wondering if there was any demand and value for my old one?
First, you're wasting your time. Second, you're kidding aren't you? Third, what's a, 'trouger housing'? Finally, what's an, '1882 ejector'? Nothing that belongs in a 9mm Glock - Right!
If you're trying to do what I think you are, stop! You're going to need that old 3rd generation TRIGGER housing because the new 4th generation trigger housing units do NOT fit in 3rd generation Glocks.
NOTE: The ejector you're actually looking for is a #30274. You'll need the original THU in order to make it work.
I have a 3rd gen G19 frame that I am switching the housing/ejector over so I can put my G23 slide on.
I know the 336 ejector can work with the 40 but I would reather have the proper ejector and for only $8 that is cheep insurance.
Ohhh! A conversion. ;)
Yea I was with you also. Now it makes sense.
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