Well. Another G23 day at the range = another malfunction. I've been to the range about 6/7 times and have passed the 1000 round mark. I have had at least 1 malfunction on every trip. Tonight, I shot 250 rounds and had 1 malfunction. This time as with others--there was an unfired round pointing diagonally up into the chamber with the slide half closed. It happened to be on the last round of this magazine this time--although I have seen this before mid magazine. Now, I marked the magazine and fired about 50 more rounds through it w/out fail. What is the actual term for this type of malfunction--this is a failure to feed, correct? What causes FTF's as opposed FTE's? Are there factors that can cause eihter/or? I at least need a short list of possible causes (besides limpwristing). I spoke to Glock today (prior to tonights malfunction) and was told it's my ammo (WWB), or of course, that I must be limpwristing. I am REALLY discouraged at this point. What are the ususal suspects with this particular screw up?