I recently purchased a "new" Glock 21SF Gen 3 from LGS on 10/22. I have purchased 2 other firearms and an untold amount of ammo & various accessories from this well-respected LGS within the past year with no problems whatsoever.
Just this past afternoon I took the 21SF out to put on some Hogue grips. While handling the gun I noticed that with the slide locked back I was still able to pull the trigger. I have owned Glocks before, including my current G26 Gen 3, and know that you should not be able to activate the trigger mechanism while the slide is locked. Keep in mind that I have NOT fired this gun yet. So I decided to field strip the gun to take a closer look. I was shocked to see what appears to be wear on the inside of the slide. There is even a section of the slide that looks like the metal has been gouged for lack of a better term. For comparison purposes I took apart my G26 through which I have fired hundreds of rounds with no such discernible wear.
Tell me what you think.
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