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Old November 8, 2011, 12:48 AM   #7
sigxder
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Join Date: August 20, 2009
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Send it back to Glock. It's not just one problem. Some have out of spec MIM extractors. They fit too tight in the slide. They are on their 4th or 5th RSA assembly. Now they are replacing the ejector. If you have the number 336 ejector they have a new model. I believe it's number is 30274. I tried to fix it myself. Take some good advice. You bought the gun with a warranty. If it's not working properly from the box it should be repaired under warranty. They have a recall that they call an "upgrade". Call them and have them send you a call tag. They've been getting them back to people in about a week to ten days. Don't waste allot of money trying diffrent parts and ammo. Let them go through whatever they need to to fix it.
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