My Glock 36 is about 10 months old, and has had approximately 500 rounds through it. I was doing some dry fire yesterday. When I rack the slide back to reset the trigger, the slide stop (the little take down bar just under the barrel) falls down just enough so that when the trigger breaks, the slide/barrel come right off the frame. This has never happened with ammo in the gun. Only when the magazine is removed, and I rack the slide. I even tried it with my dummy training rounds, I could not replicate the condition. There are no broken pins, and the slide stop spring is not worn out. ;4 My Glock 22 does not have this problem at all, and its older than dirt. Has anyone else experienced this problem with any of their Glocks?