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Well I was out at the range last weekend and spoke to the sales guy who sold me my gen3 G19. After explaining my issues with my stovepipes and getting hit with brass he replaced my ejector with a gen4 ejector. I went back out to the range to testfire and ran almost another 100 rounds through it. I was with a friend so I let him have a go and watched the ejection patterns. All the rounds I saw came out towards 3 o'clock. No brass to the face in those rounds either. My partner also mentioned that the brass when I shot were ejecting very consistently towards the 3 oclock position.
Anyone ever tried or heard of this? Any reasons not keep the gen 4 ejector in there?
 

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Well so far I have had great results with it so Im gonna go with it for now.
 

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I don't see any reason to not use the Gen 4 since it seems to have fixed the problem. last week a guy with a Gen 4 G22 kept getting his brass back in the face. Turned out that it happened consistently with Hydrashocks (I think), but not at all with the other ammos we tried. Weird....
 

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I rented a Gen4 31 at the range, and they had not gotten the ejector replaced...I don't enjoy getting smacked in the forehead with brass lol.
 

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Many Gen3's that had the erratic ejection problem have been fixed with the "Gen4" ejector. Contrary to what Glock says, the new ejectors aren't "Gen4" parts. Currently Glock is only using them in Gen4's, but they work just as well in Gen1,2,3. Glock's Warranty Department has installed them in many Gen3's that were sent back for erratic ejection. My Gen3 G27 was ejecting erratically, a 28926 ejector used in a Gen3 trigger housing fixed the ejection problem.

Keep the new ejector. Glock should be using them in Gen3's anyway.
 

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voyager4520 said:
Many Gen3's that had the erratic ejection problem have been fixed with the "Gen4" ejector. Contrary to what Glock says, the new ejectors aren't "Gen4" parts. Currently Glock is only using them in Gen4's, but they work just as well in Gen1,2,3. Glock's Warranty Department has installed them in many Gen3's that were sent back for erratic ejection. My Gen3 G27 was ejecting erratically, a 28926 ejector used in a Gen3 trigger housing fixed the ejection problem.

Keep the new ejector. Glock should be using them in Gen3's anyway.
Sweet!!! Thats what I was hoping to hear!
 
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