My 19x should arrive tomorrow? Hopefully it will be glock tough ? I will probably leave the trigger stock.
I agree. WWB has never performed 100% for me. This is true across everything I have shot it through, including Glock, H&K, FN, S&W and 1911. I quit using it and switched to Magtech, which is an excellent range ammo - put 500 rounds through it and you'll be pleased with the performance.My opinion/experience, Winchester ammo is crap, avoid it, use better ammo, you probably won't have any problems
But, me personally, I wouldn't consider it good to go yet. That isn't very many rounds and winchester or not it did have a malfunction
I will. I went to the range last Sunday and I put 5 for 5 rounds in the head of the silhouette target at 25 yards with my G26. I know that is not an amazing feat for everyone on this forum, but it is for me and builds my confidence with G26 for my carry pistol. I know I will most likely never engage a threat (especially in the head) at that far of a distance, but it is nice to know that I could hit something that far.Run some drills/tests, same targets/hits/ammo/distance for time between the G26 and G19 and find out
Most people at the range could not do that. Not even close.I will. I went to the range last Sunday and I put 5 for 5 rounds in the head of the silhouette target at 25 yards with my G26. I know that is not an amazing feat for everyone on this forum, but it is for me and builds my confidence with G26 for my carry pistol. I know I will most likely never engage a threat (especially in the head) at that far of a distance, but it is nice to know that I could hit something that far.
I am sorry in advance for being a dumb butt,but your abbreviations are driving me crazy. Does everyone in the world but me understand all of thisWith a new G26 Gen 4 you need to "beat up the spring" a bit by shooting a few hundred rounds through it . Also buy some Rem Oil spray from WM and spray down the double recoil spring assembly and the guide rod with Rem Oil and then wipe off the excess - then go shoot a few boxes of White Box or Blazer Brass 115gr. (115 gr. just because it's reliable and cheaper than 124 gr. target loads) ... After I did the above I never had another FF to fire , FF to eject , etc. with my G26 Gen 4... Also hit the connector in back with a short burst of Rem Oil to keep the trigger smooth . *Funny , I never use Rem Oil again on the G26 Gen 4 as I'll use Break Free , Weapon Shield or some other CLP when I field strip . But I still give the recoil spring assembly + guide rod a burst of Rem Oil once in a while and then wipe off and it keeps things running smooth and reliably (I believe the PTFE Teflon in Rem Oil is the secret in this recoil spring application) - try it !!
Congrats on your G26. Your pistol has 99.6% reliability on various kinds of ammo, and 100% reliability on the Defense ammo on OEM Mags.I intend to take it out at least one other range session before I start carrying it. Despite the hiccup with the WWB, would you consider this gun good to go? Would you call this a successful range session for the G26?