Originally posted by philkryder
Perhaps - but have you actually seen that happen?
I did a test with a 10mm case in my glock 35.
I trimmed the case little by little.
I could never get the trigger to function UNLESS the breech was tight against the barrel.
The example listed in the URL is described by the poster as a simple case failure - and was attributed by the poster due to overpressure reloads. That's not a gun failure.
Correct for one of the URLs, but one does deal with out of battery.
Yes, I have had it happen.(non Glock). It is now "retired" because it was too old and not worth the repair cost. It sounds like your gun is working the way it was designed to work. So do my "active" guns. I really like my Glock products.
My point is that we need to check our equipment regularly to make sure it is in proper working order. [Like checking the brakes on your car]If your equipment is not working properly then get it fixed or retire it.