Hi, I bought a new Glock 22 about a month ago, have shot about 450 rounds through it so far. And im getting FTF problems, more then I feel comfortable with carrying it as a duty weapon. I have a new Streamlight TLR-1 installed. All the mags are brand new factory mags. I had very high hopes for Glock to be my duty weapon, thousands of departments around the world use this gun. For example, today, I went shooting at the range for the sole purpose of testing out the reliability of the gun because i dont know if i trust it yet, I already know its accurate and very easy to shoot, I just wanted to see if it would jam. I shot 200 rounds of Federal American Eagle ammo, had 3 FTF. The gun ejects the spend casing, but completely failed to insert a new round into the breach all 3 times. The slide looks like its locked back as if I have fired the last round out of the mag, but I'm pretty sure its resting on the round caught between the breach and the slide. Last week I had to qualify at my departments range so I can carry the weapon on duty, It was a 50 round course. I was shooting Winchester range FMJs. In the middle of the qualification, I had a round jam going into the breach, I think it might have been a double feed, I didn't have much time to study it as I was in the middle of a cycle where the target flips to the side. I went to tap and rack to clear the round, and it wouldn't eject, I racked about 3 more times and it was stuck, I then released the mag and turned the gun so the magwell was pointing up and started racking again and it fell out, it was a unfired bullet, not a empty casing. Loaded a new mag and continued. Luckily I was able to do it and still fire within the allotted time so i was not disqualified and have to start over again. This qualification was the first time shooting with the tac light on the gun. Any advice would be appreciated, I'm close to just throwing in the towel and going to buy a different gun. I know the tac light may be the issue, but to me that is unacceptable. The gun has a light rail, I should be able to use it and not have any second guesses in the back of my mind when I carry it on duty. Thanks.