Went to the range today and rented the glock 30. I shoot 50 rds through it and it Jamed 3 times. Anyone else have any problems with the G30 jamming. I really want this to be my next buy but not if it jams.
Smart man! Your Glock should be kept stock if you want the Glock solid reliability! They are pretty perfect for a service pistol stock. Modifications are for race guns where your life doesn't necessarily have to depend on!CDR_Glock said:I traded for mine. It was lightly used. I inspected it and it was good as new. He probably shot it once. Needless to say, mine has been 100% reliable. As are all of my other Glocks.
I keep mine stock. I never make a modification to the function. I do get night sights, though.
So it probably wasn't limp wristing.I have 2 glock, the 23 and the 35. Both have been flawless. I have a 1911 commander size that I shoot all the time and don't have any jams. I promise it's not limp Wrist. But from the looks of things it was just a dirty range gun. I'm going to take some cleaner to range next time and see if they will let me clean it a Lil bit before shooting.