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This question is like popping the pin on a hand-grenade!!!!

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Beretta92guy, Aug 19, 2012.

  1. Beretta92guy

    Beretta92guy

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    Im really in the market now for a 10mm..........

    has anybody had, or heard, of ejection problems on the G20???

    and NO, this is not a TROLL question......im serious here!!!

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  2. ADK_40GLKr

    ADK_40GLKr Adirondacker with a Glock

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    BOOM!

    I haven't.:whistling:
     

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    No and no. Mine has been flawless.
     
  4. stolenphot0

    stolenphot0 RTF2 Addict

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    the only problem is when 10mm ejects and knocks the guy in the next lane unconscious. :whistling:
     
  5. Glockdude1

    Glockdude1 Federal Member CLM

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  6. NMGlock79

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    I have both the 20 an the 29, both gen 3 never had a single issue except when shooting indoors....too loud for some people and the sells fly out pretty hard.

    My buddy is using te gen4 20 and has about 1500 flawless rounds through it.


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    No problems at all. Coulda swore you were selling ALL ur Glocks last week thou. Class back in session?
     
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    Bro: ummmm.... like, didn't you swear off Glocks in a previous whining post? Oh, I get it, you're looking for attention, right? :upeyes:
     
  9. Beanie-Bean

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    No ejection problems with my G20SF. I do have to stand further off to the side from my tarp, otherwise the brass overshoots it.

    I also only load that caliber mid-range because I like reloading that particular caliber, and brass is sometimes less available than 9X19, .40 S&W, or even .45ACP. Nuclear loads don't really play a part in my range practice, but. I am confident that the brass would eject to the next county over with no problems!
     
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    TTex Cannon Fodder

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    He's a closet coolaid drinker. Likes the coolaid but doesnt want to admit it! :shocked:
     
  11. Beretta92guy

    Beretta92guy

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    well BRO'.....i swore off .40 and 9mm Glocks.....

    maybe go back and read my original post...then you can go get bent....
     
  12. Beretta92guy

    Beretta92guy

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    nope, just in the market for a 10mm...maybe you and the other poster need to learn how to read
     
  13. Beretta92guy

    Beretta92guy

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    thanks to the ones who have replied with the question i asked...

    the rest of you smart asses, please stay out of my thread.....
     
  14. bac1023

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    I haven't heard of any issues with the 10mm Glocks.
     
  15. Raleigh Glocker

    Raleigh Glocker

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    My G20 is primarily a safe queen. My wife didn't like all the attention I was getting from the ladies every time I carried it.
     
  16. BuffaloBo

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    HAHAHA... Bro: as per your own admission, you DID bring this upon yourself. JUST LOOK AT YOUR BLOODY TITLE!!!!:rofl:

    Also, something tells me your wrists ain't strong enough to handle a hand gun,... LET ALONE a G20!

    In closing: Please have a nice day! :upeyes:
     
  17. JBnTX

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    I have over a thousand rounds thru my Glock 20.
    Mostly hardcast lead reloads with a KKM barrel.

    No jams, malfunctions or ejection problems of any kind.
    It's ran flawlessly since the first round was fired.

    You won't find a better 10mm than the Glock 20.
     
  18. alwaysshootin

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    All I can say, with complete confidence, is, Glock absolutely, positively, nailed perfection in the 10MM field, with their G20, and G29. Buy with confidence. With the factory recoil spring, and guide rod, 100% reliability is delivered. As far as, greater than desired, spent brass ejection, has been noted, a simple, and, relatively inexpensive, change, to an after market guide rod and spring set up will fix that. Most if not all my 10MM shooting is done with full powered loads, and, a 22 pound spring set up. It too, has been 100% reliable.
     
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    I don't know if this is suppose to be a joke thread or what.

    I have not had any problems with my gen 3 20 and I have never heard of any ejection issues with the g 20.
     
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    Gen 3 G20: factory rsa allows fired brass to achieve suborbital flight. Installed 22#spring and Wolf steel rod; now piles brass in a neat pile about 6 feet away. After 1000 or so rounds ABSOLUTELY no problems of any kind.
    Dennis