So I am posting again after my 2nd time at the range, with a 2nd malfunction. My first thread I had 2 jams within the first 200 rounds through the gun. I was using Winchester white box 115 gr 9mm. I have a Glock 19. For the GTers that read my first post I remembered my Hearing Protection this time SO today I used Gold Dot 124 Grain +P. Again a bargain ammo, but i don't have a lot of $ to spend on ammo so I figured this is what I would keep in the gun at home. Shot 120 rounds fine. On my next clip (the 5th round) I had an empty round that didn't eject. No biggie, just pulled the slide back it ejected out. I inserted the clip and started shooting again. On my 13th round of the same clip I had a major malfunction. or maybe its not a big deal, but I see it as a major malfunction. The slide is in the locked back position, but (sorry for the terminology, i'm still new the handgun world), the slide lever (the lever to push so the slide shut) was not activated, but my slide was in the locked back position. *see attached photos, taken by my cell so sorry for the quality. I released the magazine and tried to rack the slide to get it back in normal position, but it was froze open. When I really looked inside the breech, the Ejector Pin was still sticking way out. I know its the ejector pin cause thats what the gun smith told me. He said he's never seen it happen before. I guess what i'm wondering is do you guys think out of the thousands upon thousands of glocks that are made, they can't all be perfect? Did I get a lemon? Also, after the gunsmith fixes it or does whatever he needs to do, should i be worried about another malfunction? This is my Carry gun, so I have to depend my life on it and I have some doubts now. Just wanted to hear what ya'll think. Thanks for your guy's help so far.