I had a discussion with my local Glock armorer and he said I did not have a problem, but I just can't help thinking some thing with my G29 is out of whack. When field stripping the gun the following is the routine I have to use about 50% of the time: 1. remove mag and check that the gun is unloaded 2. pull the trigger 3. pull back on the slide and pull down on the slide release 4. as the slide moves forward, the trigger is reset 5. pull the trigger a second time and remove the slide When this occurs, what has happened is that the recoil spring has moved off the circular part of the barrel that it is supposed to rest on. If looking at the removed slide (upside down) the recoil spring is now resting on the flat part of the slide just above the circular part it should be on. When removing the slide, because the spring it out of postion, the spring catches on something and resets the trigger. The only mod on this pistol is an 8 lb trigger bar. Is the trigger reset issue normal? Will it be a problem if I just leave it alone or should I find another gun smith to look at it? Thoughts? Comments? Criticism?