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Glock 23 failure to feed

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I have a G - 23 with a KKM barrel and a Glock Trigger (Skimmer Trigger) a captured Gen 4 Steel Recoil Spring and when I went to the range today I had a lot of FTFs I shot 100 rounds I would say I had 30 FTFs.

I have had this pistol for a year and a half. I have not changed the magazines or the recoil spring in that time could that be the problem? My Grip is good

Would you go with the captured recoil spring or would you go with a non captured and if non captured what weight spring?

FTFs are frustrating
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FTF covers a lot of ground, what were the failures exactly?

If it just started happening out of the blue, I would look first at the ammo.
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Don't know how many rounds passed thru in a year and a half, but I'd check the recoil spring first.

Try a Glock OEM first, unless you're trying to tune for a specific load. In that case a non-captured rod and spring might suit you best. Wolff lists stock for the G23 as 18 lbs.
Link http://www.gunsprings.com/index.cfm?page=items&cID=1&mID=5#109

Dave
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Don't know how many rounds passed thru in a year and a half, but I'd check the recoil spring first.

Try a Glock OEM first, unless you're trying to tune for a specific load. In that case a non-captured rod and spring might suit you best. Wolff lists stock for the G23 as 18 lbs.
Link http://www.gunsprings.com/index.cfm?page=items&cID=1&mID=5#109

Dave
I just called Austin at Carver and he helped me out with a new recoil spring set up. I hope that does the trick
If you can, post what kind of recoil spring/guide rod set up you get and how it works for you. Thanks

Dave
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I replaced the recoil spring and out of 100 rounds at the range no ftf - thank you all
Good news! Thanks for the update.

Dave
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