... at the range. My buddy and I went out to piss lead and he was looking into his first handgun and wanted a G26 but couldn't find one in any LGS so wanted to buy mine but wanted to shoot it first. He got hit in the forehead with the spent shells from Rem 115 grain FMJ's about 6 times. I knew exactly at that point something is wrong so like the dumb caveman I am I followed up after him with 15 rounds of Corbon DPX 115 +p grain (pretty hot stuff) thinking maybe the Rem ball ammo wasn't strong enough to cycle the Glock as needed... No problem, the rounds ejected about 3 feet to my right. But then no matter what we put through it... ball, 124 Speer Gold Dots, Corbon it kept spitting shells back to us and after about the 5th mag (this is when a shell flew back and scratched my Raybans) I gave up and said the extractor must be dirty as hell or broke. Is this a common Glock problem? I shot more HK's than Glocks so I know more about common problems with HK's than Glocks. Should I take it to a gunsmith? Edit: The casings from the hotter loads, 124 +p Gold Dots and Corbon DPX's did not come straight back but did not eject with authority neither.