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Old 02-05-2013, 16:12   #5
dm1906
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Originally Posted by ctious View Post
It was from cast lube. When I shoot cast everything gets caked. I shot 250 rounds. Did not clean. Was stored dirty in a frozen car. Went from frozen car to slapping a mag in with no check. Normally I don't leave the trigger depressed but I must have this time.

When I cleaned it you would not believe all the crap in the firing pin channel. Took a half doz q tips with hoppes to get it clean. I know the firing pin was froze in place that caused it. Glock 20. It was 100% my fault.
Sounds reasonable, almost. Something else had to fail. The trigger assy AND cross-pin safety would also have had to "freeze" in the fired position, with no trigger reset (which would/should have occurred before you put the pistol down after last firing). More than only a frozen striker had to have happened.

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