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Old 04-14-2010, 02:53 AM   #1
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Will a Glock discharge if is there is a round already in the chamber when you put the slide forward?


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Old 04-14-2010, 03:26 AM   #2
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Will a Glock discharge if is there is a round already in the chamber when you put the slide forward?
If your finger is on the trigger, it might.


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No finger on trigger, just sliding it forward.
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No, it won't fire.

But it is not a good idea to put a round into the chamber and drop the slide. Load the chamber by inserting a full magazine and cycling the slide. It is much easier on the extractor.
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No, it won't fire.

But it is not a good idea to put a round into the chamber and drop the slide. Load the chamber by inserting a full magazine and cycling the slide. It is much easier on the extractor.
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You WILL eventually damage the extractor by "Force Feeding" the gun. When a round is loaded from the magazine, it slides up into position on the breech block and "into" the extractor. By letting the slide close on a chambered round the extractor must open up to an unnatural position and WILL break eventually.


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