Or anecdotal observations, or internet yadayada. It's only data if you can measure the properties and quantify it.Yep!
My "addiction" helps me acquire knowledge that's truly factual and accurate... not 'knowledge' that's based on assumptions and hearsay.
Yep! I agree.Or anecdotal observations, or internet yadayada. It's only data if you can measure the properties and quantify it.
The magazine arrived and I used it in each of the six stages of last night's match.Since I don't have a Glock OEM 10-round magazine to test, given all this consternation, I ordered one.
It should be here in a few days.
Try not loading the mag completely with the last 2 rounds. New Glock mags come with ridiculously strong mag springs that take forever to break-in. The round at the top of a fully loaded new mag makes it difficult to insert the mag completely, slamming the top of the slide causing the lock to release it, and not always stripping the mag of the round.i bought a new gen 5 glock 17 for IDPA. I am having problems during the match when after going to slide lock I firmly insert a new mag with enough force that the slide closes but does not pick up a round which means there is a loud click but no bang. This happens about half the time and does so with a new gock 17 round mag with 10 rounds in it and with the same mag with a TTI mag extension on it and all my other new glock mags. I actually like the slide releasing when I insert the mag firmly on this gun as it does on my most of my other pistols that I use for competition.
I really don’t have much glock time and would appreciate ideas.