I started 'Glocking' circa 1991, and last week I picked up #24 (no I don't have all of them) so after 20+ years and a LOT of rounds fired, you would think I could figure stuff out. This one has me a bit baffled, so I'd appreciate some thoughts from the gang. The newest G is a 22C, as I tend to shoot .40 most of the time. I went to a range, put two mags through the pistol, and began to feel some discomfort where my supporting finger fits against the trigger guard. I have never had this occur in the past, and I fired my G23 and G27 the same day, without any issue. There are no rough spots on the trigger guard of the 22C, and it actually feels exactly the same in my hand as the other Glocks. The only NEW part of this whole thing is, this is the first C model I've fired from the Glock line. So my usually flawed logic (I've been married four times) suggests that the compensated model might make the felt recoil move in a slightly different direction, causing the increased contact with the trigger guard? Anyone with similar experience, all you C model shooters, please give me some feedback so I know that I don't need to change my medication. Thx, Jerry Wanna kill these ads? We can help!