So I have a fairly new Gen 3 Glock 23, and just took it to the range literally minutes ago. I had 2 things happen that I'd call "interesting" to say the least. One of them is no big deal, the other, well maybe a little bigger. The first, a spent casing ejected from the gun, bounced off of the wall of the lane at the range, and then bounced towards my face, lodging itself between my safety glasses, and the side of my head. Burnt the crap out of me. Just thought I'd share that so someone out there in Glock Land can get a good laugh The 2nd, I'm not so sure about. I noticed this has happened more than once with this particular gun, and I now am pretty curious about the Glock trigger resetting as I've read about in the manual. Maybe someone here can give me a more detailed explanation. Well I'd say I was firing one round every 2 seconds. I was firing round 5 of a 13 round magazine. I fired round 5, which was a deliberate shot, and literally after firing that one, I'm not sure how, I know it was not an accidental discharge because my finger definitely pulled the trigger, but this round (round 6) fired with much less force being applied to the trigger. Like literally my finger just brushing against the trigger made it discharge. No big deal because I always point the gun downrange, for that specific reason, but my main concern is the fact that a bullet came flying out of my gun without me meaning for that to happen. I don't even think this round hit the target. It went somewhere downrange, that's all I know. I am not sure if this is because I did not take my finger all the way off of the trigger after the 5th round, allowing it to fully reset (trigger safety re engaged), or what but it definitely caught me by surprise. Has anyone else had this happen? I take it pretty seriously if my gun, which I only feel safe shooting because it is under MY control and my control only, seems to react to such slight pressure enough to discharge another round without my meaning for it to do so. Hope I explained this clearly enough, cause I'd sure like an explanation of what just happened.