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Hello, So I am new to the Glock world and recently did a polymer80 G17 build. However I am having a problem. I used a Lone Wolf Distributors Frame completion kit, Part # LWDSPECTREFULLS on Brownells website, and I am not sure I have the right ejector installed because every time I fire the weapon, the casing comes straight back and normally hits my left arm or hat. This kit came with 2 ejectors, one for the 9mm and one for the 40 S&W. Could someone please help me figure out which one I need to use in my gun. If you go to brownells page, the ejector I am currently using is the bottom one, which comes to more of a point. I included some photos to help people understand what I am talking about.
Glock 17 ejector 1.JPG
Glock 17 ejector 2.JPG
 

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Hi, Joshe!

Welcome to the forum!

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  • LWD-30274 Gen4 bare ejector fits 9mm pistols 17, 19, 26, 34 Gen3 and Gen4 (ejector is curved inward)
  • LWD-1882 40S&W bare ejector fits 40S&W and .357 SIG pistols 22, 23, 27, 31, 32, 33, 35 and 24 Gen3 and Gen4 (ejector is straight)
To glockoid's point...

The LWD ejectors should look similar to the Glock parts pictured below.

Ejectors 1.jpg


Ejectors 2.jpg


Please let us know if you have further questions.

Best regards,

Bob
 

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So according to the pics y’all have shown me, I need to switch the ejectors out to the right one.. I’m just tired of eating brass after every shot lol
 

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Hi, Joshe!

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
The pictures below are excerpted from your pictures in post #1.

My guess is that the ejector below is LWD's 9mm ejector... of the two ejectors, it appears to match Glock's 30274 ejector the best.

Glock 17 ejector 1.JPG


I'm assuming that the ejector below is LWD's 40 cal ejector.

Glock 17 ejector 2.JPG


However, as you may note, it doesn't really match Glock's 1882 ejector very well and may be an attempted copy of Glock's 40 cal 28926 ejector (shown below).

Ejectors 3.jpg


Hope this helps.

Again, if you have further questions, please ask.

Best regards,

Bob
 

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Hi, Joshe!

So according to the pics y’all have shown me, I need to switch the ejectors out to the right one.. I’m just tired of eating brass after every shot lol
Look at the ejectors from the top (shown below)...

Ejectors 4.jpg


The 9mm ejector is (should be?) bent 'in' toward the center of the pistol (red arrow above).

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Hi, Joshe!

Question...

What extractor, spring loaded bearing, and extractor depressor plunger & spring assembly are you using?

Best regards,

Bob
 

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The 9mm ejector is (should be?) bent 'in' toward the center of the pistol (red arrow above).
Here's a slightly better picture...

Ejectors 5.jpg


And, here's the 40 cal 28926...

Ejectors 6.jpg
 

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