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Old June 19th, 2017, 06:45 PM #31
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Pretty sure all of my Glocks would do this.
I couldn't get my Gen4 17 to do this, even slowing way down where the barrel jumps into battery the spring still gets it over the hump.
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Old June 19th, 2017, 11:43 PM #32
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Troubleshooting Flowchart :

Does gun go Bang every time while actually shooting ? If so , no problems .

Does gun not go bang everytime while actually shooting ( brand name fmj ammol? If so avail yourself of nearest Glock Warranty Station.
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Old June 20th, 2017, 04:58 AM #33
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In the position its sticking it would seem to be the trigger bar where it meets the firing pin plunger. Maybe its canted off to the side and when you release the trigger a little it moves into place. Thats what I would look at. Operate the trigger with the slide off and check that. You can also look at the firing pin plunger and make sure that is not gouged and operates smoothly.
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is this part scratched, bent or gouged? as mentioned, also check the firing pin safety plunger

this would possibly indicate a bad interface and the source of the friction
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Any updates from the OP? How does it shoot?
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Any updates from the OP? How does it shoot?
Range day is this weekend.

Gonna check the trigger bar when I get home.
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Does the trigger bar hump/bump travel directly over the firing pin safety or to the right side?
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The little bump on the side or the main raised part?
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Does the trigger bar hump/bump travel directly over the firing pin safety or to the right side?

The trigger bar sort of looks like a shark fin. When the slide moves forward the pin rides over the fin shape depressing it into the slide body.

You notice how the pin has chamfered edges. People modify this pin by removing it and polishing off the sharp chamfer edges. Supposedly it improves trigger feel. I did this but I didn't notice and difference.
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Pretty sure all of my Glocks would do this.
I tried every one of my Glocks and none of them did this. I walked the slide all the way and they all went into battery. There is a slight tight spot just about where the OP pistol fails, but I can't figure out what's causing it. A picture or two of the frame without the slide in place cold be worth a thousand words.

OP, post a few pictures. I have the same pistol, I can compare mine with the pictures you post.


   
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