I'm going to be accused of "creative fiction writing" or worse, but this all happened within one 4 hour period - unbelieveable but I kid you not! Called my LGS this afternoon, and they said my new G38 had come in, so I stopped at WalMart and they had 2 boxes of WWB .45GAP (not in the ammo case, but under the counter at the sporting goods desk.) I figured I was lucky to find them at about $34 a box. Then stopped by the LGS, did the paperwork and picked up the gun. Got to Gun CLub and I was showing a buddy the new Glock. We set up an old IDPA target. I fired 3 shots & he fired 4 and handed it back to me. I fired #8, the case caught me mid forehead, the magazine popped out of the gun and the slide locked up tight. After 3 of us monkeyed with it a bit, I decided to to get back to my LGS before they closed at 8 PM. On the way, I was stopped by police. (Honestly, I never saw who it was because the lights were blinding.) First reached up to the visor for the case with my license copies, but when the LEO delayed, I dug my wallet out of my hip pocket, set it on the dash and put my hands back on the steering wheel in plain sight. He finally showed up, and asked where I'd been and where I was going. I showed him the drivers and pistol licenses, said my brand new .45GAP had malfunctioned at the gun club and I was trying to get to (LGS) before they closed. "OK, but do me a favor and slow it down." He said he'd clocked me at 71 in a 55 mile zone. I thanked him, proceded slowly, and still got to LGS on time. The barrel was bulged enough to lock up the slide. You could see the barrel was dirty half way where the 2nd round had partially burned and then was clean in the front half. There were no bullets stuck in the barrel. I had all 8 ejected brass, and one was very sooty. SQUIB! NOT a good afternoon! What a disappointment! Going to call Glock when I get off work tomorrow and ask them for a postpaid shipping box, and will send the Glock, mags, spent brass and WWB lot # to Smyrna. Let them hash it out with Winchester!