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  1. I see what you're doing. It might just work. If you have the parts in hand try it. Google Suarez international g34 gen 5 slide, they have it interchangeable with gen4. Maybe give them a call. https://suarezinternational.com/gen-5-slides-2/
  2. Sorry I forgot your question is for the 34. You're correct for the g34/17 between gen 4 and gen 5. You can put your gen 5 g34 barrel in any generation 19.
  3. It will work. The Gen 4 19 barrel will work in a gen 5 19 and vice versa. The locking blocks have the same locking geometry, but slightly different holes and external dimensions. The external barrel dimensions are the same. The newer gen5 chamber is a little shorter and tighter than previous generations with a different rifling. They are supposed to be more accurate overall, but i haven't tested. I have a gen5 barrel running in a gen3 parts gun.
  4. It will work on a g19 or smaller if you change the backplate to a gen 3\4 version. Yes, the gen 5 fullsize guns now use 19 style locking block.
  5. I have a g21 and g30 too, won't run either. The geometry keeps hitting the shoulder on the swc. Interestingly, I run 200gr SWC in a g37 45 gap with no problems, but its got a different geometry..
  6. Try a lighter striker spring, locks up no problem for me. I have a glock 6lb striker spring in mine. It did lockup with the stock spring though. Had a few light strikers with glock factory 5.5lb spring with cci's.
  7. The Wolff round wire glock springs will fit, but ismi glock springs internal diameter is too small to fit stock guide rod
  8. Wolff glock 12 lb recoil spring. Works great. Credit to the poster in the big thread. It's the round wire one and it fits over the stock guide rod. You do need to slightly stretch open with a bird beak plier the narrow end that goes over the guide rod.
  9. dee loo

    Q5 Poly vs Steel

    I like my SF better, its my fanciest gun and a softer shooter, but I'm B class. A buddy who's infamous on the national level, prefers the poly, but he's just a talented shooter.
  10. I like this one from ghost: https://ghostinc.com/gen-4-5-x-release-9mm-40-357-sub-and-compact-gen-4-5-x/
  11. Interchangeable. Extractors are the exact same part between the 17, 19, 26, 34. If the extractor is too loose or to tight it can also affect feeding, it may release the round too soon or to late. Also clean out extractor channel and check for burrs or debris. Your ammo looks fine and since the problem is new, and the problem started suddenly, check for gun issues.
  12. Try swapping the extractor from the 19, and testing the 34 extractor in the 19, especially since the problems only recently started. Also check the extractor plunger assembly.
  13. Also, make your ammo specs from the rounds that plunk tests your tightest barrels.
  14. Most likely its the brass. I'm willing to bet almost all of the rejects are foreign or military brass, wcc, sb, gfl, cbc, etc. Should have none with quality American commercial brass, blazer, remington, federal, and winchester. Its a combination of things. First, the brass is thicker in the middle with these cases. Second, the 147's are much longer than the 124's. Combined together, the longer bullet and thicker brass bulge in the middle, making it too thick to case gauge properly. The worse was when I tried .357 sized 147 bullets with the thicker brass. The failed ones I save for practice, 99% will run through my glock stock barrels, the 1% make me practice malfunction clearance. None will run in my shorter chambered Walther.
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