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The Gen 3 G19 is my favorite Glock...
So long as you're not using Glock OEM neutered 10 round mags. My GEN3 G19 is 100% reliable with standard capacity 15 round G19 and 17 round G17 mags, but would FTF the last round in every mag when using Glock OEM 10 round G19 mags with the 2183 follower. When using Glock OEM G19 mags with the 9mm3 follower, my GEN3 G19 would FTF every 4th-6th round.
 

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So long as you're not using Glock OEM neutered 10 round mags. My GEN3 G19 is 100% reliable with standard capacity 15 round G19 and 17 round G17 mags, but would FTF the last round in every mag when using Glock OEM 10 round G19 mags with the 2183 follower. When using Glock OEM G19 mags with the 9mm3 follower, my GEN3 G19 would FTF every 4th-6th round.
I too experienced problems FTF problems with my OEM 10 round magazines in my G19 Gen3. Came to this forum for a fix and discovered that some people found changing the follower would solve this problem. It did.
 

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California is a great place to visit any time of year for sunshine and brand new Gen3 Glocks.

Californians have voted that Gen3 Glocks are the only safe Glocks, and that anything after Gen3 is dangerous. Gen4, 5 or any other future Generation are prohibited, in most cases.

In their mesmerizing wisdom, they have determined however, that post-Gen3 Glocks are only safe for:

- Law Enforcement
- Out of State Immigrants moving into the State (you are welcome to bring your G4, or 5)
- Anyone who buys it at a used gun (from Law Enforcement or Immigrants)

Glock has observed that there is still great demand for brand-new Gen3 Glocks from California's dignified citizens.

Therefore, they will continue to produce Gen3's for Californians because there are a lot of them.

Come visit the sunshine State if you would like a brand new Gen3 Glock.* It will be available here for a long time.

* (1) Only Gen3 Glocks made in Austria are safe in California. The voters have determined that Gen3 Glocks that are made in the USA are not safe for regular people. They are safe however, for Law Enforcement, Immigrants and the used market.

(2) Californians have also determined that the G30S (which only comes in Gen3) is not safe in California, no matter where it's made (Austria or USA). Therefore, it is not allowed. But you can buy a G36 slide and mate it with a G30 frame to create a Frankenstein G30S. This is considered safe.
I searched for weeks to find a new 19 here in Southern Commifornia, and was told not to expect them anytime soon. Bought a used one and ordered a new barrel and guide spring while I wait for our fearless leaders to decide whether I am worthy of firearm ownership.
 

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I searched for weeks to find a new 19 here in Southern Commifornia, and was told not to expect them anytime soon. Bought a used one and ordered a new barrel and guide spring while I wait for our fearless leaders to decide whether I am worthy of firearm ownership.
They've all been bought up!

They're still making them and as soon as they get caught up you'll see them on the shelves again.

Next time wait until there's a panic, oh wait you already did that!
 

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I'm going out on a limb and guess that right now, not only would it seem Glock stopped making gen 3s but that ammo manufacturers also seem to have stopped making ammo. :)
 
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