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Old February 17, 2013, 09:48 AM   #27
Walt Sherrill
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The extractor is on the side, and the slide just doesn't go back far enough for the angle between the ejector and slide opening to be enough to throw brass anywhere but up and right....
Glocks aren't really different from other guns when you talk about extractor/ejector function.

A very minor change to the way the FACE of the ejector hits the case as it is extracted -- and that can be modified by angling that ejector's flat face in a number of different ways with a file -- can cause dramatically different results when the spent case is popped loose from the extractor.

The ammo used and the strength of the recoil spring can also be players.

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