Originally Posted by Bren
Lubrication on the extractor will make it more likely to fail, not less likely. Oil on the extractor claw can cause it to slip off the cartridge rim.
Also, most of what you read about extractor issues is nonsense, posted by people who barley know enough about their Glock to find the extractor.
Sorry, but I have to disagree. But I am sure you know that those issues we hear about some of the newer Glocks are real, and that most of those issues are not caused by the shooter and/or the ammo. You just won't admit it.