Originally Posted by SJ 40
I couldn't find the slow motion video of Glock frame flex that Austin mentions but what he describes is exactly what is happening during firing.
I was able to find this short clip of it,you may have to watch it a couple of times but it is their none the less.
slow motion glock - YouTube
You can see the dust cover flexing and that flex is transmitted through the entire frame. SJ 40
Than if putting lights on the rail can cause the pistol to malfunction, than why would glock put rails on there guns? Do the glock lights cause malfunctions or do they make them different?
I don't have any experience with weapon lights but was looking to get one in the future, this makes me reconsider. Do steel framed pistols have malfunction with lights attached?