Glock 27 gen 4 problems

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In the early 1980s, the Glock phenomenon erupted. The Glock name quickly spread across the Atlantic and into America. The Glock platform, which went unnoticed at first, spawned an entirely new type of handgun that many people have come to appreciate. Although the Glock was not the first polymer-framed handgun, it was the first to be mass-produced and accepted by the military and law enforcement.
Every weapons maker has a variety of models to choose from. You had to look up the serial number of your weapons to find out when it was manufactured. Glock produces a wide range of styles. Their handguns have developed over time as a result of modifications that enable them to be identified by generation. You can narrow down when your Glock was made, or at least when Glock began making them, by knowing the generation you have. In the United States, generation three and four Glocks are readily available for new purchase.
Gaston Glock, who had no previous experience in the firearms industry, was a true pioneer. He didn’t patch something that wasn’t wrong in the first place. However, the transition from a Glock 17 Gen 1 to a Glock 17 Gen 4 was not due to a marketing whim. Although the first-generation Glocks were not broken in the traditional sense, they could be improved. The Glock handgun has changed over the years, with some subtle improvements and others that are readily recognizable. On the surface, the striker-fired Glock configuration appears to have remained unchanged. When you know what you’re looking for, however, improvements are easy to see.

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Glock 26 gen 4 problem

I’m looking for suggestions about what to do with my wife’s Glock 19 gen 4 pistol. It’s just a few hundred rounds down the shaft. She adores the pistol, shoots it extremely accurately, and refuses to use anything else (except her brother’s VP9), but I’m working on resolving her issues so she can stick with the Glock. When I use the pistol, I don’t have any of these problems, except for some odd brass falling on my right shoulder. Without an X300 on the front end, she’s having a lot of brass to the face (5+ per mag). She only gets 1 BTF per mag with an X300, but it’s a lot better. Since this is a newer generation 4, all component numbers are right. I mounted an APEX extractor, which helped but didn’t completely solve the problem. She had 6+ form 3 malfunctions after taking a protective handgun class two weeks ago. That day, she got a lot of practice cleaning out malfunctions. I believe it may be due to one of two factors: Do you have any suggestions for what I should do? I’m saying to myself, “Thank you all.” There are currently 27 comments. 85 percent upvoted by sharesavehidereport This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

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There are a plethora of other ways to customize a Glock to make it more useful, interesting, and exclusive to you. Magazines come in a variety of sizes and formats. You can also switch out the barrels for different calipers, giving you even more choices. You can get a rifle kit, night sights, different backplates, different custom magazine plates, various holsters, and so much more for a Glock.
This is a gun that I will buy again and again. I have a 9mm barrel for it, so I have magazines with capacities of 10, 15, 17, and 33 9mm rounds. You may also purchase 50 or 100 round magazine drums, which look great but are very heavy. Again, the Glock’s accessory options are almost limitless.

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The word “Gen” is the newest buzzword in the Glock world. All of a sudden, everybody is a “Gen Expert,” as if simply saying Gen 3 or Gen 4 makes it seem that you understand the finer points of the Glock’s long-term growth. Although I do not believe that movies or video games cause people to purchase guns, I do believe that media and social forces have an impact on purchasing decisions (what you decide to buy not if you buy).
Glock has a multi-pronged long-term marketing strategy that leads to a lot of discussions about how great a Glock gun is. For 99 percent of Glock owners, it’s more important to show it off than to really fire it. Because of my doubts about the true safe nature of the Glock pistol, I wrote an article on Glock after the Great Upgrade of 1992 in 1999, in which I was fairly harsh on everyone using Glock as a regular carry gun. “The Glock is a true race gun that will dominate in a competition that requires speed and precision, as well as requirements regulating the consistency of the loads the shooters use,” I said, “but this gun should not be near anyone who wants readily available self-defense, and it is the worst gun ever for the front seat of a pickup.” Since then, the Gen 3 and Gen 4 Glocks have been out, and it’s time to take a look back at the engineering discrepancies between the 4 (Four) generations of Glocks to avoid them being referred to as “cosmetic” adjustments.