If any of you felt the world slip off its axis this weekend, it was not your imagination. MY GLOCK 32 DIED!!!After two years of faithful service, my glock 32 started shooting 7 inches to the left at seven yards at the range the other day. After a complete dissasembly and inspection I took another Glock 32 slide and barrel assembly and put it on my frame. It worked fine. Then I put my barrel in the other slide, it worked fine as well. Then I put the ranges barrel in my 32 slide and it shot to the left again. After about 20 rounds of speer lawman, I took the gun apart and at that point I found an obvious crack beneath the ejection port of my slide, just foward of the serial number. Here is the rub I had the slide refininshed by Arizona Response Systems and had cocking serrations cut into it (excellent job, by the way). When I talk to Glock tomorrow, what are they going to say? Will they replace the slide, will they replace the slide? Will they blame ARS for it. Obviously I am going to eat the cost of the slide work, one way or the other. Any predictions? Has this happened to anyone else. THis gun has had nothing but pmc, lawmen, and golddots through it. Finally, if I have to replace the slide, what are my options? Are the Caspians worth having?? Thanks.