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Are the ejectors on all glocks bent in the 9mm models becuase in this case my gen 4 G19 appears to have a bent ejector maybe its the cause for my slide not always staying back on the last round or is this noramal ?
 

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LONEWOLF said:
Are the ejectors on all glocks bent in the 9mm models becuase in this case my gen 4 G19 appears to have a bent ejector maybe its the cause for my slide not always staying back on the last round or is this noramal ?
I had a worn out magazine spring that would cause my slide to not lock back. Just an idea. Not sure if this has anything to do with your problem or not. Once again just an idea.
 

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Gunny said:
What would cause a G 19 to eject cases hitting you in the head? Would that have anything with the ejector being bent to much
What ejector do you have in your Gen4. Should be a number on it.

I had this same issue with my gen4 but it had the 336 ejector in it so I swapped it with a new one 30274 I think is the newer part number.

I only had this issue with factory bulk ammo like wwb. Even with the old 336 ejector my reloads worked fine. I still think the primary cause for brass to the face is crap ammo, people would disagree but that's my opinion on it.

Good luck

There are other threads on this subject on the glock forums.
 

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Usually it's just ammo.. Or the ejector. I have a 336 ejector in my gen3 g19 and I have never been hit with brass.. But i am glad it's working correctly now
Thanks for the info. I was concerned but im pretty sure it was the ammo. It works fine after i changed ammo. I believe it will be fine. I really like the gen 3 19 and i also have a gen 3 23 it has been a awesome pistol. I really like glock pistols
 
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