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Old 04-11-2012, 17:03   #381
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Glock no longer sells non-LCI extractors with the angle cut in the USA.
They say to use the newer LCI extractors with the proper SLB.
You can still buy the older extractors without the cut.

I have ordered AirSoft parts from the far east and shipping was not very expensive.
I doubt total cost for a couple of ejectors would be very much more expensive than buying 2 complete housings with ejector here. That is the only way to get them at the present.

Can you still get the non LCI angle cut extractors in Europe?

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Old 04-11-2012, 17:24   #382
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with "non LCI angle cut"-extractors do you mean the 90 instead of the 15 breech face angle of the extractor?
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Old 04-11-2012, 18:18   #383
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Bought my glock 19 gen 3 last october. Same problems casings
to the right and left and some to the head. Set a e-mail to glock
a week ago requesting a shipping label to have the newer part parts installed. Didn't get a reply till today. Shipping label sent no questions asked. Some times it seems to eject casings pretty well. My $180 bersa .380 ejects casing perfectly
and I feel my $500 Glock should also. I'll send it in and hope it
comes back and ejects casings as it should. I really like the G19
as it's my 1st Glock that I have purchased.
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Old 04-11-2012, 18:44   #384
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with "non LCI angle cut"-extractors do you mean the 90 instead of the 15 breech face angle of the extractor?
I call the 15 degree extractors as the angle cut.
I can purchase the 90 degree here (in fact have a new one along with the proper SLB)

Glock in the USA no longer sells the non-LCI extractors with the 15 degree cut only the LCI ones.
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Old 04-11-2012, 18:49   #385
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Not wanting to hijack the thread but will someone tell me how to type the very small o that stands in for not having to type degree as in 90 degree and 15 degree?

I must be dumb but I can't find it on my keyboard.
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Old 04-11-2012, 19:34   #386
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Not wanting to hijack the thread but will someone tell me how to type the very small o that stands in for not having to type degree as in 90 degree and 15 degree?

I must be dumb but I can't find it on my keyboard.
hold ALT and type 0176

EDIT go to the start bar, all programs, accessories, system tools, character map, this tells you all kinds of characters and the key strokes for producing them......assuming you are on a windows based machine

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Old 04-12-2012, 02:11   #387
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@ken:
yes the 15 ones are still available here, but very rare too, would be pure chance to stumble over one with complete SLB in a local shop.
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Old 04-12-2012, 06:20   #388
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It would be nice to be able to get the 15 Degree Non-LCI extractor hook, but if the one with the 90 Degree shoulder works - that's OK with me. The non LCI extractors I got blend in with the slide real well and the slight difference in the shoulder cut is barely noticable.

Waiting now on the plastic bearing. I may take my new/old pencil barrel G17 out this morning and see if I suffer the dreaded "erratic ejection" with it. I'm going to wait on the new bearing before mounting the non LCI extractors in my 9 m/m pistols.
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Old 04-12-2012, 07:16   #389
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Took my new Gen 3 G19 to the range yesterday and had a few empties land on top of my head....Tagging this thread for a long read
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Old 04-12-2012, 12:42   #390
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Well I took it to the range today after polishing up the extractor. I got hit in the head once in 100 rounds. I did have a few pieces of brass fly low and slow past my right shoulder. It was still better than that it was. Not as good as when it was newer though. I'm going to keep looking for solutions. Wish we had an end all be all solution. Someone like lonewolf needs to just machine a beast extractor. It will sell like hot cakes.
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Old 04-12-2012, 12:47   #391
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didn't read all of the last posts, but did you try the 30274 ejector?

did you try a .40 extractor?
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Old 04-12-2012, 14:28   #392
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I have the 30274 ejector. Haven't tried the .40 extractor
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Old 04-12-2012, 15:47   #393
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sounds bad that even with the 30274 your glock has erratic ejection.
in most cases the 30274 does the job and is the cure to all ejection probs.

last chance i'd try would be a LCI .40S&W extractor + SLB or (even better) a NON-LCI .40S&W extractor + NON-LCI SLB
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Old 04-12-2012, 16:15   #394
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I just ordered the LWD LCI 9mm extractor. If that doesn't solve my issues I'll look into going to the 40 cal platform. I'll just take the one out of my 23. Its non lci and old school goodness.
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Old 04-12-2012, 16:24   #395
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good idea, some say the LWD LCI .40s are also good, I'd test the LWD 9mm extractor, if that won't work then the NON-LCI .40 from your G23 and if that works, I'd buy a LWD .40 and put the glock OEM NON-LCI back in the G23
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Old 04-12-2012, 16:40   #396
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good idea, some say the LWD LCI .40s are also good, I'd test the LWD 9mm extractor, if that won't work then the NON-LCI .40 from your G23 and if that works, I'd buy a LWD .40 and put the glock OEM NON-LCI back in the G23
Yeah thats the plan. Fingers are crossed.


Anyone try the LWD extractor plunger and spring?
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Old 04-12-2012, 16:46   #397
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i bought the lone wolf 9mm extractor for my ejection problems and never got around to trying it. the post was too large to fit in the slide, and i had to file it down to make it fit. it's meant to be an oem replacement drop-in part. based on my experience and many others here, i would say lwd stuff is the last source i would use for parts.

the glock 40sw extractor i have in my g19 gen4 works perfectly. i had to file down part of the claw to make it work, but being a non-standard part for the g19 to begin with i'm ok with that.
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Old 04-12-2012, 16:51   #398
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is it common that the factory glock .40S&W extractor doesn't fit the glock 9mm slides?

thought all the .40S&W stuff from glock as factory part would just drop also in the glock 9mm slides.
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Old 04-12-2012, 17:18   #399
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there's a post by voyager where he shows the difference. the 40sw claw is angled closer to the breach face at the top, while the 9mm claw is parallel to the breach face. the sloppiness of the lwd 40sw part is probably the reason why it worked for so many 9mm ejection problems. with the glock 40sw part, i had to file it down a little to make it work.
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Old 04-12-2012, 17:36   #400
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there's a post by voyager where he shows the difference. the 40sw claw is angled closer to the breach face at the top, while the 9mm claw is parallel to the breach face. the sloppiness of the lwd 40sw part is probably the reason why it worked for so many 9mm ejection problems. with the glock 40sw part, i had to file it down a little to make it work.
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