I need information regarding a possible (?) problem I'm having with the recoil spring assembly on my new (used) Glock 33. It seems that when I takedown the gun, the RSA has slipped out of the groove in the barrel and rode up to the point that its barely in place at all. This causes a slight jamming problem removing the slide. I picked up the gun a couple days ago from a stranger on Armslist and upon looking it over it appeared in great condition and by hand, it functions very well. I haven't had a chance to fire it yet so I don't know what to expect and I certainly don't want to jam the gun or something worse. Has anyone else noted anything like this. What could be causing it and how serious is it? I have a new RSA en route and I hope that will eliminate the problem. By the way, the guy installed a new ghost trigger and a new slide takedown bar. I've done a check of the slide at a 45 degree angle and it goes back into battery ever time. Thanks in advance for any help. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!