Hey all, I bought a glock 26 3rd gen black barrel 3 weeks ago, and have put roughly 300-400 rounds through it since then. So far no problems while shooting all factory 10, 12, 15,17 and a 33 round glock mag I have bought. SO far loving the gun, however, today while shooting the 33 round mag with Winchester white box ammo, after I fired about 10 rounds the round seemed to jam at a vertical type angle in the barrel. I ejected the bad round and inspected it to find no problems with it. I went off and fired the rest of the 20 rounds, and then 33 more rounds without a problem. I don't believe I'm limp wristing, as I have naturally strong hands/arms and very comfortable with pistols in even larger calibers. "I was bullseyeing targets with a .45 gap today." but I guess it's possible considering I was firing semi rapid fire. I have also tried firing rounds like a girl with my 12 round mag trying to limp wrist it and cause a jam and so far no luck. Anyway this sucks cause this gun has been ultra reliable and now I duno. I know it happened with my 33 round mag, but it is made by glock so I was hoping for no problems. Given the cost of ammo Im not sure the best way to proceed. Should I put more rounds through the 33 round mag to see if this happens again, or put more rounds through my other mags. Gun is brand new, factory stock. IS there anything I can do to ensure this doesnt happen again? like change recoil spring??? Thanks, .