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S&W Shield owners : Question on the ejector

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I have owned a bunch of handguns but the Shield is the first handgun I ever owned that had an ejector that wiggled. All my previous guns had ejectors that were fixed and did not move. I called S&W and they said it was made that way and other owners say that theirs wiggle too. My Shield runs great and is awesome  , I have just never seen an ejector like this. Have you Shield owners noticed this on your ? Mine is a 9mm.

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Yep, mines a "wiggler" too. :)

But Darn! What an excellent size for function little 9mm! I find mine incredibly reliable and imminently shootable. I have better than 5000 handloads through it thus far and have never had a problem with it. And it loves 147 gr HST's. 

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Ditto on the wiggling ejector and the love for the Shield platform. 

I have 4 now. (don't ask) 3 9s and a 45. No problems with any of them.

 

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7 hours ago, hipower said:

Ditto on the wiggling ejector and the love for the Shield platform. 

I have 4 now. (don't ask) 3 9s and a 45. No problems with any of them.

 

You say they’re shields, but are you sure you didn't buy rabbits by mistake?

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7 hours ago, Chucktshoes said:

You say they’re shields, but are you sure you didn't buy rabbits my mistake?

Sometimes I think that's so.

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