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Old 06-30-2012, 04:14 AM   #21
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Also I apologize on the post of June 24 I was referring to my roommates glock should have worded it better

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Dumb question but what's "ND"?
Negligent discharge
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My glock 30 has never malfunctioned just my roommates

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Its his fault. He shouldn't sue anyone.

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gearhead,

Since you won't admit it, I'm going to tell you what you need to do. Take out whatever aftermarket crap you have in your 30 and replace anything you have polished. You will not have anymore problems and can go back to carrying the 30 with confidence instead of the metro arms 1911 referenced in your quote above.

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Kodiak the glock 30 referenced in my quote on the 24 was my roommates not mine I should have stated that and I apologize and use you are Probly right there must be some after market parts or something in it that caused it we were told something about a bad firing pin stop but he doesn't want to have it worked on or checked out till he here's from glock but if we modified it in any way ourselves I would say so like I said he bought it second hand no tellin what's been done I appreciate your input

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Kodiak the glock 30 referenced in my quote on the 24 was my roommates not mine I should have stated that and I apologize and use you are Probly right there must be some after market parts or something in it that caused it we were told something about a bad firing pin stop but he doesn't want to have it worked on or checked out till he here's from glock but if we modified it in any way ourselves I would say so like I said he bought it second hand no tellin what's been done I appreciate your input
The problem with that it glocks dont have firing pins or firing pin stops. They are stryker fired
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Sorry still
Getting used to these forums don't know if y'all got the message but tack this is a respectable forum with respectable people why would I not reply to kodiaks perfectly legit question no need to be an ass tack
Gearhead, I've been hear for quite some time and am well aware of how respectable this forum is. Ive also been around long enough to smell BS when it wafts in the door...

Previously, you've described YOUR G30 doing this, now the story changes to your roomates G30 doing this resulting in a leg wound...

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