Glock 19 Failure To Extract.
Glock 19 Feeding Issues
I purchased a Glock 19 yesterday and went to the range from the shop.
Fired about 40 rounds through and the gun jammed. It ejected the spent
casing and jammed when it fed a new round into the chamber it got
stuck. The round was pushed almost vertical with the nose of the bullet
just inside the chamber. I was shooting Remington 115 grain metal case.
The temp was about 25 degrees. It happened 3 times, each time I reloaded
the round and it fed properly. My buddy (long time Glock owner)took it
apart and noticed it looked a little dry so we lubed it some and had no
issues for the last 20-30 rounds. I'm just wondering if it just happened
because it was fresh from the shop and needed a little oil or maybe just
a break-in period. January 25, 2009
Glock 19 Problem
My G19, which I love dearly has developed a serious feeding problem.
Before I start, lets PLEASE not have another discussion about everyone's
personal opinion about how great or awful the Glock is;) So here's the
problem: My G19 feeds great until it hits the last round or two in the
10 round mags, then the bullet is not lifted high enough to guide onto
the ramp, it just hits the bottom of the ramp with half of the round
below said ramp, thereby jamming the pistol. It is easily fixed with a
Tap-Rack-Bang, but it is doing this with a fair degree of regularity. I
know it sounds like a mag problem, but these are fairly new mags and the
spring tension is great. Does anyone else have similar problems?
Recoil problem with Glock 19
The recoil spring in my G19 is always slipping out of spot where you
push it into when assembling the pistol after break down. On the barrel,
there is a circular groove that you depress the spring into. I seat the
spring all the way into this grove, but after I rack the slide back and
take it apart again, the spring has slipped almost all the way out of
the groove and is barely hanging in there... if it were to slip another
16th of an inch, it would simply fly out when I took the receiver off
the frame. What is wrong? I would hate to have this thing not work when
I really needed it to... October 5, 2008
Glock 19 problems, help needed
After reading about the G19 on the board and shooting one owned by a
friend, I decided I needed to purchase one. However, Massachusetts law
prohibits me from purchasing any Glock made before some date in 1998
(for "consumer safety" reasons). So I ended up with a early 3rd
generation police trade-in. It also came with 2 preban hi-caps (and I
bought a 3rd one). Obvious holster wear on the outside, but after
cleaning it up, the inside seems very good overall. I took it to the
range today, and overall things went well. I did have 2 problems
though:1. While FMJ ammo did fine, when I packed the mags to capacity
with 147 gr HST, the first 2 rounds would not fully cycle into the
chamber. The rounds were stuck halfway out of the magazine. After the
first 2 there were no problems. Does this sound like a mag problem? New
followers or springs needed? 2. When slamming a new LOADED mag into the
magwell, THE SLIDE CLOSES BY ITSELF! This happens with all my magazines.
In a way, this seems like a benefit, but I would rather that this not
happen. Any ideas? 10/18/2008
Glock 19 Extractor problems
I am having some problems with my G19. I am getting about 5 Fail to
extracts per magazine. I have cleaned and recleaned and still getting
the failures. I took my 19 and my 22 apart and the only difference I can
find is that the 19 doesn't have the spring loaded bearing in the end of
the extractor depressor plunger spring that goes in the extractor
depressor plunger. My question does the 19 have this little plastic
bearing. Maybe I lost it in a prior cleaning? Jan 2010
Glock 19 problems...
Guys, Man, what a terrible day. Yesterday I was blasting with my G19
(A Gen three with the beveled barrel hood). I shot about 300 rounds.
Early on in the shooting (with Winchester white box) I had a round stuck
hanging from the side of the gun port. I ignored it because my gun has
gone through about 2k rounds without a jam. Later (about 200 rounds) I
had a classic "stovepipe" with Atlanta arms ammo. During this the G19
was tossing brass into my face about every 10-12 shots. During this I
rented a Gen II G19 from the range and blasted about 75 rounds. No
problems, no brassinface with the rental. Sep 2007
Glock 19 extractor problem
Hey fellas, school has been driving me insane so I've been putting
off fixing the G19 I bought, but I'm really frustrated and have been
doing homework for hours, so I'm ready for something else. Anyway, the
problem with this pistol is the extractor. It sticks every time if I
release the slide via the slide release, and randomly if I "slingshot"
the pistol to chamber a round. I took the slide completely apart and
cleaned all the poo that was in it out of there, hoping that would fix
it, and while everything works smoother now, it still hangs up. I can
free up the extractor by pushing the firing pin safety plunger, but you
obviously can't do that while the pistol is assembled. Any advice on
what to do to fix this problem? November 30, 2009
All handguns have some problems. Gun problems that you read about on
the internet are to be taken with some skepticism. You don't really know
if the problem was with the gun, the ammunition or the person shooting
it. After all of my research I decided to purchase a Glock 19 and I am
glad that I did. My Glock 19 turned out to be my most favorite and
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If you get a chance later, I would be curious to know what your problem
turned out to be and how you finally fixed it. Thanks.
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