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Jps42

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  1. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    I never had spent cases remain in the gun. Only live rounds.
  2. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    It never was a failure to extract issue. And my case rims were fine. Slide was cycling all the way to the rear (verified with slow motion footage). The issue I had was that my slide was out running my magazine. The 170mm springs solved all issues.
  3. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    Frame weight, brass magwell, brass base pads, sight tracker, and some extra weight in lead I stuffed in the back of grip cavity. My goal was to be as heavy or heavier then a edge
  4. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    So I honestly haven’t found it to be a disadvantage. Now I have shot a Glock in production and 3 gun for 7+ years. And it’s also my carry gun of choice. With a empty mag I’m at 54 ounces, and I ended up kinda combining certain element of the DK trigger and the Vanek. And it feels great and breaks right around 2.7 pounds on a 10 pull average. The gun shoot flats and since I figured out the spring issue. I haven’t had a single malfunction
  5. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    It was all in the mag springs. I tried all the mags made for 140mm springs. Some would work at first. Then 300-500 rounds in. It would happen again. I am now using ISMI 170mm GL2 springs we full length. And I can still get 19 rounds relodable in the mag. I may later on play with using and trimming OEM 33 round mag springs. But for now the ISMI 170mm are working great.
  6. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    I know the barrel has a tight chamber. The Bullets I’m useinf are at .401 diameter and are from DG Bullets. I will not be purchasing again. My extreme spread on weight is over 6.5 grains. Which I find un acceptable.
  7. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    So that’s the weird part. It is the exact same mags. I have only had the gun a little over a month with all these components. It was based on a LEO trade in 22. And then I replaced all the parts. The magazine springs are the ones that came with the base pads. I believe they are made by wolf. But I could be mistaken. My plan for this afternoon is to try the following OEM recoil spring 13# recoil spring removing the *thumb rest [generic]* loosening the frame weight removing frame weight factory ammo Additionally, my current loads are on the long side. At 1.153-1.155. However I could not get my loads to feed at all at 1.135-1.145. I believe this is due to the Ogive it the bullet I was using. I will pick up some factory and make sure to try that as well.
  8. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    If I remove my sight tracker/barrel. My sights no longer are the correct height for a factory Glock 22 slide. And it worked for the past 4K rounds...
  9. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    If the last round feeds correctly it does lock back on empty. I will try a OEM spring, and I will also try a lighter spring. Just to see if that affects timing at all.
  10. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    I basically have till tomorrow night to try to get running better. So I’m all ears.
  11. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    All magazines are less then a month old. Wolf extra power springs. New mag release. New recoil spring/rod@15 pounds. 173 power factor loads. I’m leaning towards the frame weight/*thumb rest [generic]*. I don’t have the frame bushing for the *thumb rest [generic]*, and I’m thinking i may be enduring frame flex, because I drive down pretty hard. I also may have the frame weight too tight and am squeezing the frame in. Based on some reading I have done on Glock 22 gen 3 and weapon mounted light issues. The malfunction used to only be the last round of the magazine. But yesterday it was almost every 3-4 rounds. Additionally, I can not recreate the malfunction hand cycling the gun. Regardless of mag capacity. Even trying to hand cycle it and short stroke it. It feeds 100%. Which is why I am wondering about frame flex
  12. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    So most of the time is isn’t even fully in the chamber. It’s also happening some with reloads and some with factory. I have a regional Saturday. So I’m trying to figure out something to get it feeding reliably by then.
  13. Jps42

    Unusual malfunction.

    I am having a unusual malfunction with my gen 3 Glock 22. It’s happening throughout all of my mags randomly. The gun is set up the following way. Gen 3 Glock 22 lone wolf barrel sjc frame weight 15 pound recoil spring DK trigger Taylor freelance base pads-springs are less then a month old. I have attached some pictures. Any ideas what the cause of this is? http://s1084.photobucket.com/user/jps52/library/Glock 22
  14. That makes sence, I will experiment with my dryfiring and try to focus in on what y'all have told me. Due to current stage in life I won't be able to get any real coaching or oppurtunity to take a class. I am 100% self taught, I just read and try to study other shooters when at matches. I am shooting a match Saturday, I will try to post my best and worst stage to see what you all have to say. Thanks for all the tips, I appreciate it! Jason
  15. My dryfire target was relatively low so that's part of why the gun looks lower. On the stance and hunching over, do I keep the same knee bend but work in keeping my head a neck more vertical? I know I have been doing that and it's been getting more vertical the more matches I have shot. Would posting a picture from some different angles help with the analysis on my stance?
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