Hi all. New to the forum. I tried looking this up in the reloading section, but all I found was a thread about over-pressure - not sure that applies to my question. Anyways... Just bought my first Glock 36 (man I love this gun!) and I noticed while cleaning up my brass at the range that the impression left on the primer face by the firing pin looked strange. It looks more like it was smacked by a small flat blade screwdriver than a firing pin. Of course, I'm just comparing that to the little round dimples left on primers by my two 9mm pistols (Sig, Ruger). I didn't think to take a pic of it, which I know would probably be helpful here (oops). I was shooting 230gr Federal Champion and also 230gr TulAmmo. The markings left by the firing pin were the same on either brand. There were no FTF's, FTE's, or other malfunctions. Every round fed, fired and ejected as expected. So is this normal for a Glock to leave such a mark, or do I have a problem?