Some of you probably read this thread. https://www.glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1403377 I was finally able to take my Gen 2 19 to the range today after I got it back from Glock. It appears they replaced every part as far as I can tell. Glock installed the trigger bar with the + on it that you all said I needed. I'm happy to report that the gun shot great. I have no idea why but I am actually more accurate with this Gen 2 than I am my gen 3. I have no explanation for that. Unfortunately I did have 3 double feed malfunctions while shooting Speer Gold Dots. I was shooting a mix of 124+p and 115 gr standard pressure. Can anyone tell me what causes a double feed? The spent casings were stuck in the chamber while a new round was trying to enter. I shot 50 PMC FMJ's and had zero malfunctions. Another question I have. I failed to notice this when I got the gun but the grip has a semi-circle cut out near the mag-well. Did all Gen 2's have this or did someone do this on their own? I noticed it was somewhat uncomfortable to shoot with that portion of the frame missing. I assume someone did this to make it easier to swap magazines faster?