Okay here's the situation: 1: Well used Glock 2nd gen pistol purchased from a member. 2: pitting, obvious signs of neglect and rough use. 3: failing to cycle rounds, function properly. Okay, that being said. The detent that is pressed by the connector looks visually sound. I was cleaning it and inspecting it based upon its failures at the range and noticed if I "wiggle" the striker, I can push past the safety detent or plunger without depressing it. In addition, if I pull on the extractor at all, it gets stuck. Now, the weapon again was purchased from a member, he informed me it had wear but was basically upgraded, retrofitted with gen 3 parts and up to par.... Should I even talk to Glock? I don't want something for nothing and clearly the pistol is well used. What would you do?