GUN So my dad bought a glock 27

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  1. TwistedMind

    TwistedMind New Member

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    We took it to the range 3 times now it has roughly 500 rounds through it.

    Everything was going great and then while I was shooting it I had 2 FTF.

    After I finished the mag I retrived the two rounds and both of them had light strikes on the primers.

    Should I contribute this to new gun blues, or should I be concerned about my pops carry gun?

    I don't own, nor shoot glock so I really dont know. As much as you guys talk about the glocks reliability im concerned. Am I worried about nothing?


    EDIT: Remington green box ammo.
     
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    The standard response for light strikes with a factory Glock is oil in the striker channel. If he has field stripped it and lubed it then I'd look at this first. Detail strip it, hose out the striker channel with synthetic safe Gun Scrubber, then blow it out with compressed air. Wipe any excess lube off the rest of the frame/slide, then re-lube using the guidelines in the owners manual.

    If they were reloads then I would also suspect high primers, but that is pretty rare with factory stuff.
     
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