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Weird Glock jam

This is a discussion on Weird Glock jam within the Non-XD Handguns forums, part of the Other Handgun Talk category; bad round had it happen in my sig P6 with a speer gold dot 115 gr, but that was from it being my chamber round ...


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Old 11-25-2009, 02:12 PM   #11
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bad round had it happen in my sig P6 with a speer gold dot 115 gr, but that was from it being my chamber round and unloading/loading probably 40-50 times.

Get the gunpowder out of your glock totally or you might get burned.
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Odd, but my first thought was the bullet was loose in the casing.
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Old 11-25-2009, 05:15 PM   #13
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Recently with a Sig, I was in the middle of target shooting for speed. The round was bad and the shell casing refused to eject. I kept my eye on the target and racked that slide until the sucker came out. I bent the crap out of the brass, but I cleared that jam quickly.

Weapons malfunctions, especially, for those of you that carry should be a consideration, and how to clear them. Sometimes it is as easy as working the slide, or locking it to the rear and removing the magazine (for double feed's for example). Because, when the bullets are whizzing at you, your fight or flight reflext will take over, and you will be left with gross motor functions rather than fine motor skills.

If you already have in place "muscle memory" on how to clear a jam or correct the malfunction, it may just save your life.
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Recently with a Sig, I was in the middle of target shooting for speed. The round was bad and the shell casing refused to eject. I kept my eye on the target and racked that slide until the sucker came out. I bent the crap out of the brass, but I cleared that jam quickly.

Weapons malfunctions, especially, for those of you that carry should be a consideration, and how to clear them. Sometimes it is as easy as working the slide, or locking it to the rear and removing the magazine (for double feed's for example). Because, when the bullets are whizzing at you, your fight or flight reflext will take over, and you will be left with gross motor functions rather than fine motor skills.

If you already have in place "muscle memory" on how to clear a jam or correct the malfunction, it may just save your life.
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Just did a detail strip on my glock and everything looked good. No wears or tears.
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Old 11-27-2009, 10:35 AM   #16
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good shooting, but i see that last round was limp.
glocks do jam
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Old 11-27-2009, 08:44 PM   #17
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good shooting, but i see that last round was limp.
glocks do jam http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jh9JhCyFFxA
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1. Everyone poops
2. All firearms are capable of a malfunction.
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Two general constants:

1. Everyone poops
2. All firearms are capable of a malfunction.
What King is trying to get at is Murphys Law. "Anything that can go wrong will go wrong."
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i perfer the catholic book for potty training "youre a naught child and thats concentrated evil coming out your back side"
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