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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by glock_lover53, Feb 23, 2012.
What is that in the way how did that get there what do I need to do
That looks like the take down lever spring, but i could be wrong...did you try removing it slowly?
I haven't tried anything
That's the ejector, it's supposed to be there.
Voyager is right. Thats the one that pushes the fired casing out.
It looks like it has 2 bends in it.....doesn't the ejector have just one? Geeze I'm going to have to look at mine!!! Just when you think you know your weapon!
It looks out place to me
It don't really look like my G21. Sorry for the bad pics, I don't have a HD camera:
Whoa! Is the ejector supposed to be bent that way?
Looks like the aftermath of an improperly cleared double-feed?
I'm going to go home and check mine... doesn't look right but I haven't looked at the ejector on mine....
Too hard to say with the provided photos.
Drop the magazine, ensure the gun is unloaded and field strip it.
Just checked my G26 and my G30....ejector arm is straight out in both, with only a very, very slight inward bend. Nothing like the first photo....
It is normal. You cannt bend it clearing any kind of mis feed.
Just because a 9mm one is straight means nothing. The 45 caliber Glocks, GAP and ACP in the full size are like this. If you straighten it out it will be abnormal and broken.
There have been a few different .45 ejectors, the hooked-looking one stamped with the number 8196-2 is the most up-to-date and yes, it is supposed to look like that.
8196-2 is the one I have on G21 Gen3.. It is even bent a degree or two upward.
G37 has the 8196-2 also.
There is no issue here, the ejector is supposed to look like that to function appropriately... Just shoot and enjoy, you're concerned about nothing