You can call Glock and they should send you the new part and a certified Glock Armorer can repair it for you. They shouldnt charge you anything to swap it out. Check with your local gun shops to see if they have a certified armorer on site to make the change.I do have the old style, next question do I need to go through glock to get the new style?
Kodiak you are correct. Sorry for not stating that in my previous post.Glock will not send an ejector to you. It will have to go to a certified armorer...and he'll have to order it.
You could order it yourself from Glockparts.com get the entire trigger housing for like $10 and drop it in yourself.
Midway Usa has the updated ones for the .40 glocks. The picture still shows the Por style but they send you the new one.Mike P said:So are these vendors stocking the 30274 now? When I called a few they all said it was the 336.
Ever use nickel casings? I'm open to all suggestions. I hav only shot brass through mine.Hoopinator said:I have a G4 G19 and the newer ejector and I still occasionally have the problem with brass in the face. What's weird is that it doesn't seem to do it with steel or aluminum ammo like Blazer or Tulammo, but it does it with Winchester. Weird.
I don't even know where I'd find nickel cased ammo. Hmm.Ever use nickel casings? I'm open to all suggestions. I hav only shot brass through mine.
What's weird is I already have the 30274 ejector...Jackfrost said:Midway USA has the trigger housings with the latest Gen4 ejectors in them. Easy to install yourself if you want to. Hope this helps.
They are only eight bucks, love plastic guns. I fitted all 9mm Glocks with the 30274 ejectors, has helped a lot with the brass to the face problem.