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Posted: 9/5/2004 7:26:34 PM EST
My brother-in-law and I were out shooting my Glock 22 this eveing. I had a generation1(nfml) mag and a generation2(fml) both in great shape. The generation 1 mag fed the Winchester White box stuff(Like you buy at Wal-Mart fine). while the generation 2 mag did not. Every couple of rounds while using the generation 2 mag it would not extract the shell and try to force another one in there. I would have to take out the mag and manually cycle out the shell. Could the ammo be a little underpowered or something. My gun is an Generation 2 Glock with a Wolf recoil spring in it.
Link Posted: 10/22/2004 5:20:48 AM EST
Figured out my problem a while back but never posted it. My gun had a brocken extractor but would still funciton with generation 1 mags.
Link Posted: 10/22/2004 5:54:05 AM EST

Originally Posted By Cross_Steel:
My brother-in-law and I were out shooting my Glock 22 this eveing. I had a generation1(nfml) mag and a generation2(fml) both in great shape. The generation 1 mag fed the Winchester White box stuff(Like you buy at Wal-Mart fine). while the generation 2 mag did not. Every couple of rounds while using the generation 2 mag it would not extract the shell and try to force another one in there. I would have to take out the mag and manually cycle out the shell. Could the ammo be a little underpowered or something. My gun is an Generation 2 Glock with a Wolf recoil spring in it.




Originally Posted By Cross_Steel:
Figured out my problem a while back but never posted it. My gun had a brocken extractor but would still funciton with generation 1 mags.





I just couldn't resist......

Anyway, WWB .40 has gave me a few FTF's in my .40 hi-power, which eats everything else I feed it, including every hollowpoint I try. I have heard (don't remember specifics) of others who were less than impressed with WWB .40 ammo, even though I LOVE the 9mm and .45 value-packs.....

If I ever get back to high-volume practice w/ the .40, I may switch ammo, as I feel like some of my jams (3 out of 1000) may be ammo related.......MAY be, I say.
Link Posted: 10/22/2004 10:26:12 AM EST
I just went through about 1400 rounds of WWB .40 in 180 and 165 gr. over the weekend and had no problem at all. Just thought I'd chime in
Link Posted: 10/22/2004 10:41:21 AM EST
+1 No problems or complaints with the 1,200+ rounds I have put through my Glock 22. I think in that total time I had maybe.....maybe 2 at the very most FTF. Only one of those that I can actually remember.
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