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glock 22c problem questions

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by 5.7x28, Jan 14, 2010.

  1. 5.7x28

    5.7x28

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    Guys,
    can someone please give me some ideas as why a g22c would not feed or eject properly?

    Here are some symptoms a friend of mine is experiencing.
    One of the mags locks the slide back with every round.
    the slide won't stay open with some mags.
    Fails to feed and fails to eject some time.
    Pistol has those arrogado mag extensions on the mags, i wonder if that is the issue.
    Pistol also has an after market slide release, wonder if that is the issue as well.
    also has an after market mag well, don't know if that would be an issue.

    I sincerely a appreciate ideas on how to make it run like a glock.
    thanks.
     
  2. Airborne Infantryman

    Airborne Infantryman Nuclear Trunk Monkey

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    Try putting it back to stock, and see if it still does it. If it still has issues, check your ammo. I had several FTE with my Glock 19C, due to some crappy, underpowered PMC ammo. I fired, and it would jam every other shot. Put a mag of Federal in the mag, and it worked like a charm from then on! The flames coming out of the ports was quite delicious as well. :supergrin:
     

  3. voyager4520

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    Could be the mag extensions, maybe he's putting too much force on them which puts the magazine out of place. Or the mag springs aren't under enough compression.

    Maybe it's as simple as a worn out recoil spring. Or soft loads for target ammo combined with the fact that the gun is ported. American Eagle is the hottest target stuff I've found.
     
  4. edge4628

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    also check the basics, make sure his thumb is not pushing up on the slide release causing it to lock, and make sure he is not limp wristing. probably neither of the two, but if it is, very easy fix
     
  5. tango44

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    Simple...
    Put it back stock.