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Old 11-17-2012, 16:09   #13
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Originally Posted by Merkavaboy View Post
All Glocks produce the rectangular striker marks on primers. It's caused by the rectangular firing pin hole on the breech face of the slide.
Originally Posted by blastfact View Post
Thats what Glock fired primers look like.

BUT do take notice if the primer hit has a swiped look to it. This could indicate the pistol is unlocking early or the striker channel is dirty and the striker is not retracting fast enough. Or both.
Yep, it's a Glock 'primer fingerprint' alrighty.
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