Take it as you wish. Truth being bought the gun shot it stove piped everytime. Called the FACTORY. Got a tech on the phone. Told me exactly what I posted word for word. NOT that all Glocks were that way but that the particular model i had and I cant remember the number now just a baby 45 Glock very small had something to do with the slide length vs caliber and unless it was held extremely tightly would do this every shot which it did.
He went as far as to say for a defense weapon he would not own one himself.
Just a side note, I dont like being called a liar. Im not here to post BS but to either learn or advise if I can if its a subject that I know what im talking about.
Last edited by Ghost1958; December 21, 2012 at 10:39 PM.