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SEZ that would fail to ejecto, stovepipe, or send brass back at my face every three or four rounds.

It was rare to get through a magazine with no failures, and common to have multiple failures in a single magazine.

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Ammo makes no difference at all...it with the expensive and cheap stuff. Waiting on Apex's extractor and hoping that and HRED will fix it. I am going to the Walther PPQ or M&P...really want to stick with Glock, though) i'm in houston and a 19 would round out my 9 collection.

lmk Hot brass on the forehead and down the collar is not fun.

Such laws make things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants; they serve rather to encourage, than to prevent homicides, for an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man Nice Share brother but these days the box comes with a bar code where the month and year of manufacture is clearly mentioned.

I crossed checked the dates of the bar code with the codes provided by you and they both matched.

I have heard of many Gen3 problems with R prefixes and afterward. My question is whether anyone knows what serial number Gen3s started to go bad like Gen4s. However, I am worried that my Pey prefix one is going to be a lemon. It is an rtf2 gun and I specifically got it because I thought that the Rtf guns were before the whole Gen4 and late Gen3 fiasco. I recently bought a G19 that has an S prefix and after close to a thousand rounds through it, it's been fine.

It is an rtf2 gun and I specifically got it because I thought that the Rtf guns were before the whole Gen4 and late Gen3 fiasco. I've gotten a couple failure to ejects but that was only with cheap, Tula, steel cased ammo. I'm assuming it's a luck of the draw thing similar to Kimber 1911's.PAK PAH NXP NUX NUT NUS NSR NSN NPC If you want another model call them 770-432-1202.I put about 1000 rounds through my PEY prefix RTF2 gun before the stovepipes and brass to face started to occur.Still kind of weak ejection, but that's sort of to be expected in a Glock. On another note, I'd like to see if anyone here has had problems with Gen3 Glocks with prefix before P**. I've seen numerous posts here about pre P prefix guns performing flawlessly which doesn't surprise me at all.Also, some people have had moderate round count guns with P-prefix and R-prefix guns which have functioned fine.dealers would surely going to get pissed off with PG members!!

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