OK, I'm miffed. Everytime I get comfortable with Glock, something happens. It seems that a number of LE agency are having some serious problems with brand new G22s. The problem has now been confirmed by a Glock rep that experienced the problem. Glock is presumably looking into the problem.
Some have tried to explain it as frame flex, too small of locking blocks, wrong tactical light, springs, etc.
But, think about it guys, how long have g22s been around? And they're still having problems with new guns right off the line???
If it's frame flex, don't the older G22s don't have the same frame flex as the newer ones?
If frame flex is the problem, then why isn't it a problem for all G22s?
If frame flex is the problem, doesn't that kinda point to a Glock design problem?
If the locking block is too small, isn't that a design problem as well. And it also sounds like a research and development problem, and how come it's just now showing up?
Some 65% of LE carry Glocks and a large number of them the G22. Why aren't they having problems? Or, do they have the problem and just don't know it?
Using the wrong light? All I can say is huh??.
First the phase 3s in g19s, frame rail breaks all over the place, now farily widespread g22 problems.
Yep, I'm disappointed. I just recently bought a new G17 and a new G34. I don't believe I have ever heard of one manufacturer having so many problems. Although, you rarely hear of problems in the 9mm line.
Ok, I'm a little calmer now.