Sent mine last week and was curious what the average turnaround time was?
I'm a retired Police Officer and had a G19 my entire career without any problems and I just got a G26 last week and shot 200 rounds without any problems. I don't think I could ever "get used to" my G19 jamming and ejecting brass at my face.Bigodie76 said:I got my first Glock not long ago and before it all I had ever owned was a few cheap semi autos but have shot alot of different type of handguns and for me Glock has been the best shooting gun I have ever shot right out of the box, the sights were perfect and at 25 yds I can hit everything I aim at! Not sure what went wrong when you purchased your Glock but if its a gun malfunction Im sure Glock will fix the problem but it sounds to me like you might just need to get used to the Glock to appreciate it
Same gun and the problem is back?Went to my local Gun shop and unfortunately they let their Glock armorers certification expire. One of the employees, who was certified last year, noticed that the ejector was very very slightly lower than other new ones at the shop. He gave it a little tweak and they let me fire 50 rounds in the back of their shop and all ejected casings landed right where they should.
They didn't charge me so I decided to get a Glock 26 I hope to have it by the end of this month.
Because the armorer "TWEAKED" the ejector I might throw the whole thing, trigger housing and ejector away. See I don't know if it was done with the ejector in the housing or not and it is just plastic. But because you stated the problem fixed and it returned I would have to assume the trigger housing is trashed too.Yep. When I went to the range, the issues started up again.
A (FTF) Failure to Feed or, Failure to Fire?