I shot my G26 Gen 4 today. Was shooting Speer GDs 124 gr +P and AE 115 gr. After a couple hundred shots I was down to my last 2 rounds and then call it a day. I had the AE in at the time. As I went to pull the trigger to the break point it felt soft. I pulled all the way and there was no break point, it didn't fire. I then took the mag out and racked the slide a few times and the trigger seemed fine. Took the slide off and checked the firing pin safety and the trigger and both seemed fine. I loaded those 2 round into a different mag and same thing happened. At this time I should have inspected the rounds but was sure it was the gun. I again racked the slide and checked the trigger operation and it was fine. So, I loaded it up with Speer and shot 10 rounds out of one of the mags and the gun worked. I then fired 10 rounds out of the other mag that had the problem and it was fine. When I got home I inspected the gun closer and it looked like the firing pin safety wasn't sticking up as far as normal and looked a little dirty. I broke the slide down and the firing pin safety spring looked good as did the depressor plunger spring. The extractor was dirty and the firing pin safety was also. I cleaned everything good and I replaced both of those springs even though they looked good - they're cheap. My question is, since this is a SD carry weapon, should I go ahead and replace the trigger bar and connector to be safe? Or, are there any other ideas as to what this could have been? Could ammo cause this? I think I left those 2 rounds at the range.