In Gaston's hands now!
The Guide Rod was always placed properly in the C before reassembling the gun. A few quick hand cycles and it would pop out again. That's the picture that I've posted before ever firing the gun and doing the gouging damage. My first indication of a problem was when I couldn't take the gun apart because the guide rod assembly was jammed against the frame.
Please remember, a week ago, I knew next to NOTHING about Glocks expect that cops and a few of my friends had them. Shocking, but that was it!
Actually, my problem really started when a friend of mine gave the book, "Glock, America's Gun" to read and I then decided that I needed one! (GREAT BOOK)
The gun is in at the Glock facility at this time.
Last edited by JohnnieBush; October 15, 2012 at 04:11 PM.