Can over-lubrication lead to Glock jams?
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Went to the range I bought it at, shot it, got jamming AGAIN each magazine. Called in the armorer who ...
May 17th, 2011 09:45 PM
Well, problem solved I guess.
Went to the range I bought it at, shot it, got jamming AGAIN each magazine. Called in the armorer who was there who watched me shoot it, and this time it jammed as he was watching. He couldn't find any reason for it, said I wasn't limp wristing, and to make sure I wasn't, I shot two of the rental Glock 23's they had there, which I was able to fire without any malfunctions.
They let me return the gun for full value, which I put towards a brand new Glock 23 :D
Shot about 150 rounds through it, not one single malfunction.
Such a heavy load off my chest :)
May 17th, 2011 10:12 PM
IMO, I think that most people over lubricate their weapons and too much lube can hurt. I clean all of my guns often but I still have the same bottle of lube that came with my gun cleaning starter kit that I bought in early 2008.
G22 .40 S&W and G23 .40 S&W Sig Sauer:
P938 9mm Smith and Wesson:
Model 437 .38 Spl, Model 65 357 Mag, and Sigma SW9VE 9mm
May 17th, 2011 10:53 PM
Yep, that's all it takes...
Originally Posted by crabbys44
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May 18th, 2011 12:51 AM
Your Glock may have failed you for no other reason than you thinking of the possibility.
Reflect on that for a moment, and make tomorrow a better day.
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