View attachment 197273 My experience with different glocks have been excellent from a perspective of reliability, durability and it will accept all sorts of ammo that you throw in it...up until now... I have encountered a failure to feed situation, which I am trying to assess on how it may have occurred, what factors to look at and how to pre-empt it not to ever occur again. Perhaps some of you have encountered this and have a solution that will prevent this from ever occuring again. The scenario is the pistol started with 17 rounds after firing 5 to 8 rounds, the jam occured. I tried to replicate it and see what would have caused it and the only way I could replicate it as shown on the picture, I would have to rack the slide twice, with the first instance not going into battery (closing completely) before racking it again which makes the extractor disengage on the first live round and the slide picking up the 2nd live ammo causing it to jam. This appears highly improbable in a live fire situation but it has happened. Any ideas? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!