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Old 05-12-2012, 05:45   #581
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For the money spent trying out different fixes , buying ammo, trips to the range, you could pay for a very nice Custom Built 1911 by one of the famous makers that will stand behind their pistol.
Really? Tell me where you can get custom built 1911s for sub 2k.
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Old 05-12-2012, 07:20   #582
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I'm not tossing my Glocks yet.

My 19 has always been pretty good, just some "dribbles" with the WWB. My G26 also, just a bit more erratic with some ejections left and up. The only hit to the forehead I suffered was with a light reload.

I have no local Glock Armourer, so the new ejector will have to wait until Glock makes them more widely available. But with WWB and carry ammo the pistols preform fine. Like everyone I would love to see them drop all the empties into a hat, but I really don't think that's going to happen in any event.

My carry piece is the G27, and I have had no problems with it at all. I really like the looks and simplicity of the Glock and wouldn't trade it for Walther or S&W. I have the PPS and consider it a paperweight compared to the Glock.

Too bad the solution wasn't as easy as rubbing your extractor hook over a piece of wet/dry paper or a stone.
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Old 05-12-2012, 17:59   #583
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Just got back from shooting the crap out of my guns. My "P" series G19 is fixed. Doesn't make sense, but the old trigger housing and ejector did the trick.

My 17L is a bit different. The LW extractor and bearing mostly worked. But every 16th round in the mag would come back. I could have left it alone but we went ahead and put the 30274 ejector in. Now all the rounds go right. Longslides don't eject as far as compacts but the 16th round issue is gone. So I'm done for now. I have a new Gen 3 G34 coming in. If it isn't right out of the box I'll call Glock. If its ok I'm done.
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Old 05-12-2012, 22:48   #584
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High speed footage would really help diagnose what is interfering with clean ejection, anyone have access?
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Old 05-13-2012, 18:37   #585
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High speed footage would really help diagnose what is interfering with clean ejection, anyone have access?

Gen4 footage begins around 3:25, but Andrew has some excellent high-speed footage throughout the video. FWIW.
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Old 05-14-2012, 11:31   #586
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Glock 19: Gen 3 vs Gen 4 Comparison - Vuurwapen Blog - YouTube

Gen4 footage begins around 3:25, but Andrew has some excellent high-speed footage throughout the video. FWIW.
Looks like the extractor does not have a firm grip on the casing.



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Old 05-14-2012, 12:54   #587
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Sorry but to make it simpler for a G19 Gen4 whit the correct Guide rod assembly???
What extractor and what ejector?
Thank you.
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Old 05-15-2012, 06:10   #588
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Are these comments about a 3rd generation G-19 with a, 'born on' date of Dec. 2009? If so, something's very wrong. I'm wondering? Did you check the original extractor claw for the, 'reverse angle' mentioned in this thread? Did you examine the extractor cut in the slide to make sure it wasn't slightly oversized?

The results you've obtained are odd. Without handling the pistol it's next to impossible to understand, 'Why'?[/QUOTE

Full story somewhere back in this thread.
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What for? I'm not the one who posts nonsense and needs help, you are! Besides, you were asked a civil question and decided to give a snooty reply. My unwillingness to help you any further is now on your own head.
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Old 05-17-2012, 14:01   #589
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Another week and another session with the G26, this time with a brand new box of WWB. With the OEM extractor installed - now polished - the pistol tore through the ammo without a single bobble or bad ejection. As I stated before the last round in the mag I used ejected straight up (didn't hit me though).

Seems my issues with the ejection were induced more by variances in ammuntion and prehaps hold, rather than some mechanical problem with the pistol itself.
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Old 05-17-2012, 14:22   #590
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Gen 4 G19 test fire date - 03/24/12
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Picked it up today, cut my range time short due to the pollen killing my eyes.

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Old 05-17-2012, 16:31   #591
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What for? I'm not the one who posts nonsense and needs help, you are! Besides, you were asked a civil question and decided to give a snooty reply. My unwillingness to help you any further is now on your own head.
I have not asked for help. All I am doing is trying different fixes and posting results!

Where is the so-called nonsense that I posted?
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Old 05-17-2012, 16:34   #592
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The answer to your question is contained in earlier pages of this thread. So far I, among others, have now answered this question, at least, twice. I suggest you read more and post less.

Was this the nonsense you were talking about?
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Old 05-18-2012, 18:08   #593
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My brand new SUX prefix G24 is horrendous! It's tossing everything back, to the left its the worst I've seen. I'm calling Glock Monday. If they won't pay shipping, Midway has the new trigger housings in stock so I ordered one and I'll try to fix it with that and a Lone Wolf extractor. I may also try to find an older extractor spring.

Hopefully Glock will do the right thing, I've been lucky with my P prefix guns for the most part, but SUX sucks!!!!
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MidwayUSA has not been confirmed to have Gen4 .40 trigger housings with 28926 ejectors. They have the 9mm Gen4 housings with 30274 ejectors. Midway changed their manufacturer part number for the 9mm Gen4 housing to 30275 which contains the 30274 ejector, but the .40 Gen4 housing is still listed as 7576 which would have the 1882 ejector.

To my knowledge the only retailer confirmed to have Gen4 .40 trigger housings with the 28926 ejector is glockparts.com. I personally ordered some from them and they have the 28926 ejector. The ejector does not have a number on it as the early "new" ejectors didn't have numbers on them, but it is indeed the 28926 ejector. Their listed manufacturer part number is 28927, the correct one to have the 28926 ejector.
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Old 05-19-2012, 14:18   #595
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Thanks Voyager, I should have mentioned I ordered the 9mm housing.



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MidwayUSA has not been confirmed to have Gen4 .40 trigger housings with 28926 ejectors. They have the 9mm Gen4 housings with 30274 ejectors. Midway changed their manufacturer part number for the 9mm Gen4 housing to 30275 which contains the 30274 ejector, but the .40 Gen4 housing is still listed as 7576 which would have the 1882 ejector.

To my knowledge the only retailer confirmed to have Gen4 .40 trigger housings with the 28926 ejector is glockparts.com. I personally ordered some from them and they have the 28926 ejector. The ejector does not have a number on it as the early "new" ejectors didn't have numbers on them, but it is indeed the 28926 ejector. Their listed manufacturer part number is 28927, the correct one to have the 28926 ejector.
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Old 05-21-2012, 09:06   #596
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Spoke to Glock and they are sending me a shiping label to return the G34. I mentioned the 30274 ejector and the guy said that's a Gen 4 part only. I told them in the letter going with the gun that I want the 30274 if required.

I really don't care what they do as long as they fix it. I just hope the guy I talked too isn't doing the repair because if he does, it will come back they way it left. I mentioned I'm an FFL in the letter but don't know if it will cary any weight, it is Glock after all.
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Old 05-21-2012, 09:45   #597
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I tried the White Sound Defense HRED EDP assembly which uses a stronger spring and it didn't make much difference in the ejection with the original extractor that my G27 came with.
I have the G30 and added The White Sound Defense 20% stronger extraction spring with a titanium extractor rod. I also, added Glockmeister's SS dual recoil spring assembly and haven't had any extraction, ejection issues or cycling issues. Now that is with the factory barrel. I have noticed with my after market Lone wolf barrel the spent casings are not extracted or ejected as hard as they are with the factory barrel. I have come to the conclusion that the tighter chamber of the Lone Wolf barrel is causing this. Hopefully after the barrel is broken in it will improve. I have only put about 25-30 rounds through the new barrel. The new barrel is for target practice anyway and the original Glock barrel is for CCW. I usually can pick up all my casings to my immediate right with the factory barrel.
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Old 05-21-2012, 13:32   #598
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what glock/smyrna is telling you 'bout the "30274" is complete BS.
it may only be planed for the gen. 4's but it also works in the gen. 3's if they have the same probs as the gen. 4's
here in europe switching to the "30274" when having brass ejection issues has become quite common, no matter if gen. 3 or gen. 4.
it's an easy and fast fix in most of the cases. you can get the spare-parts shipped directly from glock/austria and you are (in most cases) good to go.

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Old 05-21-2012, 13:38   #599
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I agree. I have a 30274 on the way, a Wite Sounf Defense HRED and a LW LCI extractor. If the parts beat the shipping label (they told me up to 48 hours) I'll try the ejector, HRED and extractor. If that fixes the issue I won't even send it in.

If Glock had said it was a known issue and they had a fix I'd send it in without hesitation, but I have a feeling I may be better off fixing it myself. If the label comes in before the parts I'll ship it. I would like to have the gun over the holiday weekend so I may have the option of putting the parts in the gun and if not happy with the results make it stock again and ship it next week.
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good idea, try the parts first, if you can to.
i'd go with the "30274" first and only if nothing improves, i'd also change the extractor and SLB
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