Thanks for the input. I am going to TRY and find some 124 grain and take it to the range in the next week or 2. We'll see if that helps. A good friend of mine who is relatively educated on Glocks suggested I contacted a local gunsmith who specializes in Glocks. I called one and he said that it's the "ejector" and he could fix it for $50 or so. Thoughts? And to those judging, I apologize that I just bought my first Glock and first firearm. No need for criticism, that's why I joined the forum. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!