Glock gen 5 malfunctions
Generation Five Glocks are the new hot item, and it seems almost everyone is bragging about them. Besides all the love being lavishing on this handgun, there are some issues that should be addressed.
For the most part, I agree with him. After all, the frame is made out of polymer. However, the factory Glock sights are pretty bad. My personal Glock 19 did not come from the factory sighted in.
In fact, it was several inches off at just 10 yards. If government agencies are going to say no to plastic sights, then to me, they should also say no to plastic frames. Even the guide rod on the Glock is some type of polymer. If the guide rod, frame and trigger are polymer, then there should be no issue with the sights being polymer.Glock gen 5 problems and issues
Why is there a hump at the base of the grip? Humans have been using spears and clubs for overyears. Spears and clubs do not have a hump on them. Personally, I use the slide stop as a slide release. This is a non-issue, as front slide serrations are a solution in search of a problem. The only time I hear about front slide serrations is when people press-check. Never put anything near the muzzle, and that includes your hand. Putting your hand in front of the muzzle and using the front slide serrations to press-check violates one of the basic principles of gun safety, and that is to never point the gun at anything you do not want to shoot.
Your pinkie finger is going to slip into the cutout, and when you slam that magazine home, your finger is going to get pinched. I may buy a Glock gen 5, but not anytime soon.
Ambidextrous slide stop lever The ambidextrous slide stop lever makes it easier for gun owners to quickly, safely and comfortably manipulate the slide wether they are left-handed or right-handed.
Versatility by removal of the finger grooves Comfortable grip to a wider range of consumers, regardless of their finger size. Safety advantage through orange follower The orange follower allows the shooter to clearly see if there are any rounds left in the magazine or not. Magazine capacity Depending on caliber and size of the pistol model high capacity magazines are available.
The multiple backstrap frame allows the users to change the circumference of the grip to fit their individual hand size. It was designed to enhance grip traction, without being too aggressive.
Reversible magazine catch The magazine catch of the Gen5 frame is reversible and enlarged towards the rear of the pistol. The reversible magazine catch is more user friendly to the shooter's reach and allows them to switch the catch to the left or right side of the pistol. Mounting rail Mounting rails in front of the trigger guard of all competition, standard and compact frames allow mounting accessories such as tactical lights and lasers. Polymer frame The durable and lightweight polymer frame absorbs recoil due to the dampening characteristics of the polymer.
Loaded chamber indicator Visible and palpable indicator as part of the extractor to show whether there is a cartridge in the chamber. Customize your frame size Learn more about customizing the frame of the GLOCK Gen5 models Every GLOCK Gen5 pistol model allows the user to change the circumference of the grip to fit the individual hand size and comes with two sizes of backstraps in two different shapes.
The backstraps are easily changed and secured to the frame with a single pin offering the following options: a short frame SF version, a medium M and a large L version. The medium and the large version can be chosen with or without beavertail, the beavertail backstraps keeping large hands clear of the slide. The short frame SF version without any backstrap mounted still remains a complete fully functional frame. Its dimensions are smaller than previous generations.
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Weapon Mounted Light. The light stiffens the frame resulting in the slide cycling faster than the magazine can lift the round. The fix is a stronger magazine spring released by Glock added an additional coil.
Mag springs are only a couple bucks, but if you call them and tell em what's happening with your G22 they may just send you some. The longer spring is standard now. Last edited by MtStream; at PM. Originally Posted by MtStream. Glock's Gen 4 guns were designed to fix this So, if this is important to you, and you don't have a G35 yet, get a fourth gen Maybe try one first, if possible I was thinking maybe the added mass of the longer slide would slow it down enough, but maybe it's a wash with the cutout on top of the slide.
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All the rounds fired through the Glock 26 were from the same rd.
I shot a total of 54 rds. Both friends shot 9 rds. Before this outing I had put about rds. So here are my questions: Based on the above, do you think my Glock 26 has a problem, or do you think that the 3 stove pipe issues were caused by user error? I thank you all for your input. This is important because I carry this Glock 26 frequently. RevVFeb 22, Feb 22, 2.
Correction: I'm not an expert on malfunction terminology. Having done some research, it seems that the issue encountered by my 2 friends might be correctly called FTF Failure to Feed. With all 3 malfunctions, the fired brass was ejected and the incoming round did not properly enter the chamber. It was like it got stuck on the ramp. Feb 22, 3. Dark KnightFeb 22, Feb 23, 4.
The shorter the barrel especially less than 4"the less time the slide has to properly cycle. Therefore, a death grip is almost always required. One of the reasons I prefer the Jim BeamFeb 23, Feb 23, 5.
I agree with Dark Knight and Jim. It sounds like it was due to Limp wristing. Not holding the G26 with a firm grip. TheKrakenFeb 23, RevV likes this. Feb 23, 6. If ammo is weak you can get some stovepipes but too many coincidences not happening when you shoot.
My vote goes to limp wristing too.Log in or Sign up. Jun 9, L-2Jun 9, Jun 22, Last edited: Jun 22, Jun 23, Shipped my g 26 back to glock. From what I can tell off the invoice they replaced the firing pin safety 3 assembled wording on invoice and slide stop lever AMBI 04 assembled Permit It also lists all 3 mags seperatly but don't know if the replaced those. Anyway problem with slide seems to be solved although at the range first time I did have a few failures to feed and 1 instance of slide not locking back on last round.
Shooting Review: The Glock 19 Gen 5
This was during a high round "breakin". Rich56Jun 23, RustyRyanrbbeers and Jim Beam like this. Jim BeamJun 23, Sep 4, I bought a new gen 5 glock 26 over the weekend and I'm seeing the exact same problem.
Quite often I can't slingshot the slide back into battery. I must use the slide stop lever. I guess I'm calling glock today.
I would also like to hear what Glock did SpokesSep 4, Called Glock at lunch and was told to put a few hundred more rounds through it. If it continues I will have to send it in. I'll do that this weekend and report back.
Jim Beam and rbbeers like this. Sep 5, Jim BeamSep 5, Sent it off via Fedex today at lunch.
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I'll report back what they do to fix it. Big1 and rbbeers like this.
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Log in. Forgot password or user name? Glock Phase 3 Malfunction. Posts Latest Activity. Page of 1. Filtered by:. Previous template Next. Glock Phase 3 MalfunctionPM. I just bought a Glock 19 for off duty and now I am reading about Phase 3 malfunctions that occured in New York. I have not even fired the pistol yet, and I am wondering if anybody out there is having problems with their Glock 19?
My 40 cal Glock, Duty Gun had two failure to feed problems on the qualification range. Does anybody know what might have caused that? I have been shooting for years and don't think it was shooter error. Tags: None. Stock Glock 19's, with the standard trigger spring and connector, do not suffer from such issues with any frequency, if ever. What generation followers in your magazines are you using and what ammo did you have the FTF with?
Comment Post Cancel. David Hineline. My glock 19 converted to auto will do this all the time with Winchester ammo with someone who is not used to shooting the gun and limp wristing it. Going to grain Nato pressure ammo and no problems. The ammo is Winchester. The ammo does not seem to stick up in the mag like it does with the 9mm.
I was wondering if that could be the problem. Buy new magazines and try using Black Hills ammo to see if it cures the problem.
The ones in New York that you are reading about have to do with the rear guide rails failing, at least thats what I read when it happened to my duty There was 9mm and. They had issues with them but never did a "recall", just if the SN was in a certain range they would fix it.
Mine was in that range and they both broke off during range quals. Check online there are many sites that have info about this. Originally posted by perks View Post. The problems you are having with your duty gun is most likely from limp wristing.
Unfortunately the Glock in. Just another thought, by chance, do you have a tac light mounted on it as well? People grow through experience, if they meet life honestly and courageously. This is how character is built. I've had 2 different 19's, with about rounds through the first and about through the most current, and I've never had 1 malfunction.A rear frame rail broke off soon after the class.
The whole gun was replaced by Glock. It only had 32, rounds through it. OK…let me get this out of the way right off the bat. My police duty gun is a Glock 21 in. I like Glock pistols.
But are they perfect? Not a chance. No manufacturer is immune from this reality: If you shoot the gun enough, it will break. A gun is a mechanical device and it can fail at any time. I liken it to a car.
Even if you buy the best car in the world, eventually it will break down. In my job as training officer at the police department, I inspected and maintained more than 75 Glock pistols carried by my officers.
Put 10, rounds or more a year through a single pistol and see what happens. Yes, they will break. But one of the reasons why I like the Glock so much is that they are easy to fix. Many of the common parts breakages can actually be prevented with some routine maintenance. Glock Trigger springs. The coil ones on top break fairly regularly. One of those springs is in your trigger mechanism. It is what returns the trigger to the forward position after the shot.
They break all of the time right at the bend on top or bottombut not in a predictable fashion. They are unpredictable. Unfortunately, they will raise your trigger pull weight to 8 or 12 lbs from the factory 5. If you install it backwards, the gun will work, but the spring is more likely to break. The locking block pin is the top one of the two pins above your trigger. It breaks fairly regularly, especially in the. An armorer is using a punch to remove the locking block pin.
The best way to stop it from breaking is to replace your recoil springs every rounds.