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· 1952 - 2006
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I agree with Bud on this. In my experience it is usually the holster that causes the mag to drop.
I know that Glock 19's have a tendency to drop the mag when worn in a certain Galco Duty holster. When guys would get out of the vehicle they would find the mag was still in the car. When I examined the problem I noticed that the inside of the holster made contact with the mag release when pressure was exerted from the outside of the holster. (example: the center console of the car would push the gun against you).
So if this happens check how the holster rides against the mag release.
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