As some of you might know, a few members have been having issues with their recently purchased G32's. It seems the rounds are nose diving and getting caught up on the feed ramp, failing to feed. For those of you who were not aware, here are a couple links to some of the threads started. Unfortunately, no one has been able to identify the problem and the owners of these guns have become very frustrated with their G32's, and with the glock brand. http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1109684&highlight=glock+32+range http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1105766 http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1126830&highlight=frtb I too puchased a G32 in November, and during my first couple of range sessions was experiencing this same malfunction while using remanufactured ammo that is sold at the range. I would get 1 or two failures out of every magazine. When I would use WWB or Speer Lawman, the problem seemed to be less severe, but I would still experience a FTF maybe once out of every box. I knew this was not normal, so tried using one of the other magazines that came with the purchase. After firing about 700 rounds with one of the other magazines and no issues, using only factory loaded ammunitions (mostly WWB and Federal CQT Frangibles) I assumed it was the range ammo that was the culprit to my problems. That is until I decided to use my G32 as a carry gun, and so tested out Speer Gold Dot in the magazine that had sinced functioned flawless. The second shot out of the mag jammed on the feed ramp. I was pissed because at this point I was convinced that the range ammo was the problem. Out of 50 rounds I experienced 2 more FTF with the GD and the magazine that I thought had worked well up to this point. Needless to say, not good for an EDC weapon. When I got home I examined my three magazines that came with the gun, and realized that all three were different. Two had a follower labeled #2, with one of those having the metal cutout on the front. The third, and the one I hadn't tried using yet had a follower labeled #1. The main reason I hadn't tried to shoot with the #1 follower is because I knew the #2 were the most updated version being offered by glock. After a couple more range sessions using nothing but the #1 magazine, and 300 rounds later, I still have not had a failure with it. I decided to test out some more of the range ammo since that produced the most issues in the past. After shooting 3 magazines through the #1 and not getting a single failure, I decided to again try one of the magazines with a #2 follower. In the first 13 rounds fired I had 2 FTF with the round getting caught on the feed ramp just like before. I went back to shooting the ammo with the #1, and no issues whatsoever. At this point I am almost certain the FTF issues are being caused by the magazine, either by the different followers or by something else they changed along with them when they updated the follower, i.e. the springs or some other internal factor. It would be helpful in diagnosing this problem if everyone could check your G32 magazines and let me know what number follower you have, and if you have had any issues with them. I also have Glock involved working on this issue as well so if we can come up with a diagnosis I can also let them know. Also, I own a G19 and G23 so I don't want to hear that technique or limp wristing is the issue, as both of those have functioned flawlessly in over 2000 round through each. Here are some pics of my 3 different magazine, as well as my feed ramp for you to all compare to. If you see any differences, please let me know.