My wife has a Gen 4 Glock 19 that she's had issue's with ever since we bought it. Almost every time she fire's it the brass flies back and hits her in the face or head. Often it will land on top of her safety glasses and burn her forehead. It's really starting to annoy her and she realized recently that she has actually started to anticipate and flinch sometimes because of it. She tried my Gen 2 19 and it does the same thing. I'm assuming she's just got the wrong combo of arm length, stance, grip etc. My questions are, has anyone else had this problem and if so, were you able to find a solution? I thought perhaps an aftermarket extractor might throw the shells differently but I'd like input on that before I buy one. Thoughts?