Also posted this on General Glocking. Hi guys, I spent a few hours out today with my new Glock 29. I had Atlanta Arms and Double Tap ammo with me. I got probably 12 failures to eject and 3 failures to load. The fte were all with AA ammo and the ftl were with DT 230 WFNGC. Also the brass doesn't get thrown very far, a few feet for most but many eject straight up or to the right a foot or so. It really doesn't throw brass very far, its an old stock gun, new never used but old stock. It has the old style extractor on it as well. I use a good strong grip and don't have these problems with my G20, whichthrows brass across the county line. This has stock recoil spring, its only a few days old with only 300 rounds through it so far. The AA ammo seems fairly strong, just as strong as Remington UMC, its 180 gr at 1100 fps if I recall correctly. The loaded Double Taps feed too high, the hit the top of the chamber, they didn't follow the feed ramp. The AA empties recoiled but didn't get thrown clear, one got up too high past the extractor and I needed to drop the mag, lock the slide back and push the empty back down and then extract. The others just didn't get thrown clear. I just installed an extended slide release and an extended mag release. Any info to help diagnose this would be much appreciated. Thanks all. Geoffrey.