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G23 with TLR-1 issues

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by Socom Elite, Jan 29, 2013.


  1. Socom Elite

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    I know there are already threads on this, but has anyone found a solution? I have a gen 3 and my mags have a 2 next to the Glock logo on the back and a 9 on the follower so I think they are the new ones, but I am having a lot of failure to feed malfunctions.

    Usually in these threads I see all these posts about how their gun works. I want to hear from the people that had problems and what if any was the solution.

    I had the screw tight i guess, but only hand tight. When I got home after the range today and researched the issue I loosened it a turn so its loose, but won't come off. Ill take it to the range again Friday and put some more ammo through it and see how it does.

    I really want to be able to run this light on my gun, but I can't sacrifice reliability for it.
     
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  2. Socom Elite

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    Anyone?
     

  3. bennie1986

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    Does the slide fail to fully engage the next round or does the round get jammed on something?
     
  4. bennie1986

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    Also what kind of ammo are you using and are there any mods to the gun and specifically the guide rod spring.
     
  5. Socom Elite

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    The gun is completely stock. I used. Blazer brass, Tula, and federal.i think the majority of failure to feeds were from blazer and tula. Yes I know they're cheap ammo, but I've never had a problem with it in any other firearm. I wanted to go shoot yesterday but couldn't make it out. Maybe next weekend.

    The failures were failure to feed btw.

    I have read plenty of other stories about this happening to others. Hopefully someone found a solution.

    I already emailed Glock and are awaiting their response