Hello everyone, Last Wednesday I picked up a Glock 23 from my local gun supply store, its a newer Gen 3 with a tested date of 12/3/09. Last Thursday when I went to the range I put 110 rounds through her, 100 rounds of Independence Ammo, and 10 rounds of my friends Blazer ammo. With the Independence ammo I had 2 failures to eject, because we were on the clock, I simply racked the slide all the way back, locked it with the slide release, tipped the gun to the side, the empty shell casing fell out, released the slide, and continued shooting. My gun for the 9 hours before we went shooting was left in my trunk at work (temp outside was around 38 degrees F). Reading on here if it's a malfunction with the glock, normally the extractor is chipped, however mine is not. I live in Ohio and plan on getting my CCL soon, and am considering to use my 23 as my daily carry pistol. My questions are this: 1. Do you think that the FTE's could be because of the Ammo, the Temp of the gun, or something else entirely that I need to check out? 2. What specific ammo do you normally shoot at the range and why? Not related to the FTE's: 3. If you have your Glock for Home Defense, where do you keep it, how long does it take you to get to your gun, and be ready to shoot, if woken from a deep sleep? 4. What kind of CC holster have you found you like the best (quick access to the gun, as well as comfort) 5. What ammo do you normally carry if it is different than your range ammo and why?