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I hope the picture is clear enough. Does this look like an extractor issue?
 

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Would love to know what people say because my gen 2.5 glock 27 does that. And the shells fly out the eject port with some force too.
 

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Would love to know what people say because my gen 2.5 glock 27 does that. And the shells fly out the eject port with some force too.
Sounds like that'd be more of a recoil spring issue, slide velociety is too fast so the spring is probably weak.
 

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Mine is a G23 and has a brand new recoil spring in it, A Glock Armorer put in July 8th at the Montana GSSF Match.
 

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Some of my Glocks do that, gen3 27 being the worse and some don't. I don't worry about it.
I reload so should I worry about it degrading the brass?
 

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How far are you throwing brass from where you're shooting?
Most of the time about 5 feet to my right. Sometimes they land on me.
 

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I reload also. The resizing die takes care of it for me.
Which reloading machine do you use? I have a Dillon XL650.
 

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I would take a sharpie and make a mark on the shell casing of a fresh bullet, slide it in the chamber with the mark facing the extractor, then shoot. this will tell you for sure if the ding is coming from the side where the extractor is. Now I've never seen an extractor on a Glock do this, but at least you can narrow down where the source of the defect is. That's just what I'd do, but I'm certainly no Glock armorer.
 
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