Originally Posted by F106 Fan
This kind of failure to fire can also be caused by not having the primer fully seated in the pocket. The firing pin just moves the primer further forward.
It seems hard to fathom but apparently it is possible.
Maybe I'm NOT QUITE ready to run off a hundred for IDPA yet?..........
AS I recall, the initial dent in the primer WAS slightly off center, which might reinforce your theory.
I think SARDGE mentioned using a consistent stroke on that lever. Guess I'd better make a few extras and plan on a few "malfunction drills" during my IDPA practice!
(Was I this clueless about Glocks when I joined 2 years ago????)
Luke 22:36 He said to them, ď... if you donít have a Glock, sell your cloak and buy one."
NRA, GSSF, IDPA
Last edited by ADK_40GLKr; 10-14-2012 at 16:39..