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FTF in my stock glock 22!!!

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by BlindBoyJoe, Jul 16, 2002.

  1. BlindBoyJoe

    BlindBoyJoe

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    I have a glock 22 that is about 7 months old and I love it. I have never had a problem with it until today. I went the range and noticed that once and a while my last round wouldn't feed into the chamber. The slide would lock back and the last round would be sitting there looking at me still in the magazine. I have 5 magazines that I am rotating pretty often. FWIW I do put a little oil on the chamber ramp. Do you think that my mag springs are bad? Recoil spring is bad? Am I limp wristing (never had problem before). Any info is appreciated!! ;b
     
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    podwich

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    Most likely you are hitting the slide stop lever with your thumb, causing it to catch the slide during recoil.
     

  3. polymer

    polymer GLOCK Armorer Millennium Member

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    do not oil the feed ramp, it is not recommended and doesn't help, just hurts you. You do not want oil to build up on the bullet or in the chamber. If the problem is not magazine specific, then you are probably inadvertently hitting the slide stop lever with your hand as stated above.