So my Gen4 G17 came back from Glock last week and today I went shooting again. I've put 200 rounds of Federal through it. About 60 of those were during an IDPA match. So I had one stove pipe during the first 140 rounds and 2 while shooting the IDPA match. I'm kind of starting to get tired of this whole thing. I've shot 2500-2700 rounds through this gun with an estimate of 25-30 malfunctions. All stove pipes. The gun has been to Glock twice already. - I have the 0-2 spring installed. It was the first thing I replaced when Glock started offering it. - The first time it went to Glock they replaced the trigger housing, slide stop lever, trigger housing pin. - Then I found out the new trigger housing is getting "eaten" by the slide and they sent me a new trigger housing. - Second time it went to Glock they replace the extractor, plunger, spring and bearing. I have shot WWB, Federal, Monarch steel and green case and 124gr rounds through it. The funny thing is I did not have any malfunctions with the Monarch but the others including the 124gr (sorry, I don't remember the name of it) all had FTE. I have used 5 different magazines. 2 that came with the gun. 2 that I bought after and one 33rd magazine. All Glock original. And before anyone will say "limp wristing" or shooter fatigue I can guarantee it's neither. I have a G21 and a G33 and both shoot fine with no issues at all. I even have a LW 9mm conversion barrel for the G33 and it works just fine. I tried to purposely limp wrist holding the gun with 2 fingers and a thumb letting it bounce all over and I couldn't get it to FTE. I basically feel that I have give this gun every chance to work right including sending it to Glock TWICE and it still malfunction. On the good side, I'm good with clearing stove pipes now. So, what would you do if you were me? Should I call Glock and demand they replace the gun? I don't really see how they can fix it if they didn't until now. They replaced all the internals in this gun already.