Last week I took all three of my Glocks (26,42,43) and then traded on a Sig P365. Did not get the 365..I get the first one that comes in. Over the last several years my glocks had problems stovepiping fail to eject and I got tired of the triggers even tough I bought a Ghost trigger bar.
The 42 was unreliable out of the gate but after 200 hundred rounds I had zero failures for 5000+ rounds. Couple weeks ago it started stove piping. My 26 was unreliable from day one. My 43 probably had a couple of fail to ejects in 5000 rounds but lately more.
I just had enough.
I am super excited to get the P365. I am 74 years old. I have taken courses at local law enforcement academy and the NRA. I am working on being able to instruct more courses.
The P365 will be good for my classes bc it holds 10/12/15 rounds. And its small!!!
Of course it was. They're all like that.
Welcome to the Forum!
Congrats on your new P365. I hope to have one some day.
My other Sig is a Steyr...
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The 22 is the worst!!!! It only shoots when I pull the trigger!
First In Last Out
I have never heard of so many problems with Glock guns! I have never had a problem with them at all. I think by your track record you will be having problems with the 365 also, just taking a wild stab in the dark.
Never had a problem with my G19.4, wife had no problems with her G42, and my Sig P365 has zero problems. Guess its like cars made on Monday or Friday, huh?
Stupid people are like glo-sticks.
I want to shake the shit out of them
till the light comes on
500+ rounds thru the P365. not one problem.
|E tan e epi tas|
Only Glock I ever had issue with was a Glock 30s. The reason was for THAT SPECIFIC model the recoil came back just "perfectly" into my wrist and would fatigue the hell out of me and I would eventually cause a malfunction. I am not recoil sensitive in 99% of applications and the normal fat Glock 30 was never a problem but that 30s just managed to hit me in just the wrong spot even though it was only minutely different then the others.
All my other Glock experience have been the typical boring Glock experiences.
"Guns are tools. The only weapon ever created was man."
My first Glock was given to me by my dad. A G36. Didn't care much for it and gave it away (the same reason he gave it to me).
The first two Glocks I ever bought for myself were a G30SF and a G21SF. These guns were so unreliable that I am surprised I ever got another Glock. Both of them had the dreaded slide/trigger bar rub. They rubbed so badly on the G30SF that it created a deep cut in the trigger bar. Both had a return to battery issue. The G30SF was the worst. It almost never returned to battery. I never got around to installing the -1 trigger bar Glock came out with the address the problem. I traded them both on my first Sig, a P220 Carry.
A year or so later I bought a G19 and now have 9 Glocks. All are flawless in functioning. But that G30SF and G29SF had me hating Glock for awhile.
"I enter a swamp as a sacred place—a sanctum sanctorum. There is the strength—the marrow of Nature." - Henry David Thoreau
I guess I have been lucky. I've owned several Glocks and have had great service from them. I am issued a G17.4.
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