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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #75 on: March 27, 2017, 03:22:30 PM »
I have 4 Glocks currently, 20 SF Gen 3, 29 Gen 2, 21 SF Gen 3 and a 19 Gen 3. They are all boringly reliable.
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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #76 on: March 27, 2017, 08:30:56 PM »
G40 and G29.  No problems so far

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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #77 on: March 31, 2017, 04:03:10 PM »
2 gen 3 G20SF's and a gen 3 G29SF that eats everything from factory loads to my reloads with out so much as a hiccup.

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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #78 on: April 13, 2017, 08:32:13 AM »
Gen 3 20, mild to wild, no issues. Factory spring to Wolff 22lb.

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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #79 on: April 13, 2017, 10:18:56 PM »
Gen 4 20, needed to change the factory spring to a low force Wolff due to weak ammo.
now runs flawlessly.

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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #80 on: May 28, 2017, 04:01:03 PM »
G40 completely stock with exception to the Deltapoint Pro. So far I have put about 250 rounds of 180 gr S&B or Amrican Eagle with no issues at all.

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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #81 on: May 28, 2017, 04:07:23 PM »
Glock 36, at least a couple thousand rounds since 2011.... All stock except for the addition of Trijicon HD night sights.

That little pistol has never missed a beat, not even once.

My G40, it has missed a beat once since I've had it... It was a limp wrist failure though, and it happened with the stock barrel.

The 50 or so rounds I've fired with the new 7" KKM have all fed, fired, and ejected fine.... When racking the slide to load a round, I can hear and feel that the KKM barrel is a little "hitchy"... But so far, it hasn't failed to function at all.

The KKM is a tighter in all aspects of lockup compared to the stock barrel.
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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #82 on: August 13, 2017, 03:25:09 PM »
New guy here with a new G40.  My first Glock and first 10mm.  Only about 20 rounds now but it is perfect so far.

Starline brass is in the mail but I got some Fed AE 180 FMJ to get the feel and loaded up some Power Pistol/XTP loads using a buddy's unneeded once fired brass.  I was a little surprised at the muzzle rise with the "lite" AE ammo and a little apprehensive about the hotter handloads, but the 155gr XTPs felt extremely mild.   ;D  I'll have to Chrony those next time, but by the data they should be about 700fpe.   Brass showed no trauma, although the CCI-300 standard primers did "muffin top" a bit.

50ft groups were about 1-1/2" average (1-1/4" best) with the Fed and irons.

2 co-workers have G20 Gen4s and I believe they have been flawless as well.  I was torn between G20 and G40 but on the day I went lookin', a G40 was the only Glock 10mm in the store.  No complaints so far.
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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #83 on: August 14, 2017, 06:54:27 AM »
Gen 3 Glock 29SF shoots everything I feed it. Thousands of rounds since

Bought a lone wolf extended 4" barrel for it and it has failures to feed issues however.

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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #84 on: January 15, 2018, 11:33:57 AM »
Another newb here. I've only had my Gen4 20 for about nine months. So far all I've put through it is: Armscor 180
S&B 180
Sig Elite 180
Doubletap 200 WFNGC
Underwood 200 XTP

The only changes I've made are LWD 5.2" threaded barrel and a "-" connector.
ZERO problems.
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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #85 on: January 19, 2018, 03:11:07 PM »
I have 3 of them. Technically one isn’t a factory Glock but still it runs perfectly.

G20LS
G20
G29


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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #86 on: January 22, 2018, 08:02:42 AM »
Looking through this thread I don't know that I have ever commented.

I have a Glock 20 Gen 3 SF and a Glock 29 pre-rail.  I don't recall ever having either of them stop except when the magazine was empty.

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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #87 on: January 22, 2018, 11:29:01 AM »
I have a Gen4 with 1000 rounds through her. I have done two major customizations to it - 1. Install Trijicon HD XR front sight. 2. Install Trijicon HD rear sight. I know, I know, I really turned it into a race gun! I prefer everything to be stock on a Glock. No issues with several boxes of Underwood and Buffalo Barnes. Bunch of Freedom Munitions “cheap” stuff for a few matches. Some Hornady. I have been holding off on the heavy 200gr + flat nose fmj or hardcast stuff, and the xtreme penetrator type rounds, hoping to get better input from others. So far, it seems like A) No one on earth has actually shot anything living (such as a hog/deer/polar bear/chipmunk) with the xtreme penetrators, despite the following and B)I’m still not sure if Underwood or DT is the way to go on the heavy flat nose types.

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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #88 on: January 22, 2018, 11:30:11 AM »
Bought a G40 MOS to replace the G20.  Mounted a Burris FF, what a hoot, only 100 rounds of practice ammo with good results. Joe L,  thank you for your posts and videos.  Now to do the same to my P-01 or 75B SA.  Oh, this Glock and all my Gen 3 and 4' always run strong, just can't get a correct grip.  That's why I now have 3 - CZs, 1-C-100 and 3 - Tanfoglios
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Re: If you have a perfect functioning Glock 10mm please post
« Reply #89 on: January 22, 2018, 07:11:21 PM »
I have 3. Glock 29 and 20 SF and a new Glock Model 40. They just run and shoot great. I have shot 135's to 200 grain from multiple sources and rolled my own. My close buddy shoots a Glock 20 gen4. We have had zero problems with anything. We powdercoat cast bullets and run many others. We have shot lots of stuff. From small things to deer and elk. These guns are a hoot.

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