See if you can slap your gun out of battery..
load snap cap into chamber,
insert loaded magazine in a forceful manner, such as you would in a speed reload.
The question: does your gun get slapped slightly out of battery once every few reloads? The chamber drops ever so slightly, just 1/32" or so.
I can make this happen on my G26, G17, and an earlier G35. Stock barrel and recoil springs.
If the chamber is empty, I cannot make this happen on a stock gun, only with a loaded chamber.
And it will even happen with mags downloaded a round or two.
I still reload fast and forcefully, but I just ease up a little as the mag seats.
It is pretty well known that you can push a Glock out of battery by either pushing down on the chamber or pushing the slide backward a little. So it seems unlikely that you could slap the gun out of battery by the upward force of the magazine.
But I've had it happen...
Delta Victor Charlie
Last edited by SouthpawG26; 10-11-2012 at 17:51..