I recently bought a new Glock 30S from my local dealer. I brought it home and shot 20 rounds no issues. I broke the gun down to clean it and observed no issues. Upon reassembling the guide rail and inner spring protruded through the hole in the front of the slide. I later discovered I hadn't seated the guide rail into its proper position before reassembly. After that, whenever I reassemble the gun there is a few millimeters clearance between the back edge of the front of the guide rail and the front of the slide; Enough to fit your fingernail behind. Now, I never even remember noticing if it was this way upon removal of the box but after comparing to my dads G27, and cousins service issued G22 and edc G43, I determined it was unlikely that it was intended to be this way. My question is, could I have thrown something off when I didn't seat the guide rail properly or is this clearance a common thing? I am new to the site so I am going to attempt to post a picture for reference and speculation. Any advice welcome. Thanks in advance. http://imgur.com/2lCyWQq http://i.imgur.com/2lCyWQq.jpg <a href='http://i.imgur.com/2lCyWQq' title=''><img src='http://i.imgur.com/2lCyWQq.jpg' alt='' title='Hosted by imgur.com' /></a> I'm new to the forum thing so I hope one of these links suffice.