Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Chedderboy, Jul 19, 2002.
Does anybody have a pic of the loaded chamber indicator?
Is this new to all glocks?
I recieved a new Glock 30 a couple of weeks ago. In the instruction manual it said that the ejector had a raised surface on it's side and this could be felt with your finger if the chamber was loaded. I have now about 700 rounds through this pistol. Have used Federal 230 and Fox 230 mostly but also some other stuff and this pistol has functioned perfectly with absolutely no problems of any kind. It justv seams to like 45 ammo.
I checked it with a round in the chamber and the extractor did seem raised when I ran my finger across it. On the empty chamber, I didn't feel it raised. Is the side of you extractor painted red or anything? Anything different about it?
Its pretty easy to see the extractor raised when a round is chambered, just look at the difference for yourself.
I would say it is raised at least 1/16th of an inch.
I thought ALL chambers were loaded..til your eyes say it isnt.?? ;P
My Glock always has one in the chamber.
You mean some people keep an empty chamber? I never knew you could keep a Glock unloaded?