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Glock 27 jams

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by WorksForMe, Aug 30, 2003.

  1. WorksForMe

    WorksForMe

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    I had a few jams with my 27 the last time at the range.
    The spent casing did a 180 and jammed in the ejection port horizontally but turned 180 degrees. It happened with different kinds of factory ammo. Would a couple pound heavier recoil spring slow the slide down a little and prevent this problem?
    This has happened to me several time with this gun. Any suggestions?
     
  2. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    If your problem is due to hand/wrist/arm movement, a heavier recoil spring will make it worse.
     

  3. KI276

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    Could be a limp wrist problem, make sure you don't limp wrist these guns. Other than that, they're pretty simple.
     
  4. PikeB

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    How old are your mag springs? Have you kept them fully loaded for an extended period of time? I did, for about 6 months, and started having a few jams. I upgraded to Wolff +10% mag springs and the problem went away.
    Good Luck.