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    Thanks for the quick reply, I was shooting a friends new glock 40 cal. and was looking for any differences between mine and his, there was little play in the 40 compared to my 9, just wondering!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by titaniumman View Post
    Thanks for the quick reply, I was shooting a friends new glock 40 cal. and was looking for any differences between mine and his, there was little play in the 40 compared to my 9, just wondering!!
    My G19 and G23 have the same amount of play. Then again, both have over 20k rounds through them.

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    Sometimes you get a firearm that just won't work properly. My 33 has seen two Glock armorers. Tweaked, polished, ramped and still won't chamber a FMJHP. Right now it's a dust collector in one of my safes. One of these days I'm going to call Glock and see what they can do with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Hat View Post
    ...has seen two Glock armorers. Tweaked, polished, ramped ...
    I think I just found your problem.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Hat View Post
    Sometimes you get a firearm that just won't work properly. My 33 has seen two Glock armorers. Tweaked, polished, ramped and still won't chamber a FMJHP. Right now it's a dust collector in one of my safes. One of these days I'm going to call Glock and see what they can do with it.
    I know of a guy here itching to get his hands on any Glock chambered in .357 sig. He'll probably be interested if the price is right.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RugerP345 View Post
    WHAT? I thought Glocks were made by God! What happened to "Glock purfection"?









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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock Fan View Post
    I know of a guy here itching to get his hands on any Glock chambered in .357 sig. He'll probably be interested if the price is right.



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    Picked up the 19 today was told it was fine?? Put about 100 rounds thru it, federal fmj 115. Seemed ok BUT it still didnt like the cor-bon, I guess ill try a diff SD round and see what happens. I may be grasping at straws, but I was giving it a once over and noticed the trigger bar was not centered on the firing pin safety as the trigger engaged, I was looking from the bottom with no magazine. the trigger bar seemed to slide off to the side as it depressed the safety, on my buddys it was dead center. I might try a new one just for the heck of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by titaniumman View Post
    Picked up the 19 today was told it was fine?? Put about 100 rounds thru it, federal fmj 115. Seemed ok BUT it still didnt like the cor-bon, I guess ill try a diff SD round and see what happens. I may be grasping at straws, but I was giving it a once over and noticed the trigger bar was not centered on the firing pin safety as the trigger engaged, I was looking from the bottom with no magazine. the trigger bar seemed to slide off to the side as it depressed the safety, on my buddys it was dead center. I might try a new one just for the heck of it.
    I personally like Speer Gold Dot ammo in 124 grain for my Glock 19. I've heard folks having trouble with Cor-Bon ammo. Never tried it myself because I didn't want to fork out that kind of cash.

    Hope all goes well with your Glock and you figure out the best round for you.



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  11. Glock fan, what is the best brand ammo for the Glock 23 40 s&w ?

    I used car-bon 9mm 124 grain + p for smith wesson
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