BE CAREFUL. IT IS LOADED
first time posting on this forum so I'm not sure if you saw my reply. If it is a 'bad' round, should i be concerned shooting that? thanks again!!First thing I would do is get a rubber mallet and get that slide in battery.
Point in a safe direction (ideally at your local shooting range).
Try firing that round.
I deal with this pretty often at work, usually a bad round.
What you think to be a broken part appears to me to be your ejector.
Thats one way to go. Personally, I would identify (or try to) identify the problem before deciding on a course of action. It could be as simple as a bad round.If you can get the live round fired I would send it back to Glock. They will replace anything broken to get it apart.
Well, my understanding is that a glock can safely handle a +P+, so i wouldn't worry about it.only slightly but I was just able to 'bump' it back into place. Still cannot rack the slide. guess i'm headed back to the range to shoot this bullet. still wondering if it is a bad bullet, should I be concerned shooting it? thanks!