interesting. I'm was mainly trying to see how common this was, and if my gun was OK. Seems like it is OK and normal. I guess for photography and advertising, Glock takes pics of ones that are perfect and straight. All others aren't LOL.
Just got one too and searched any forums that have same. Every picture I have ever seen show a sharp straight line along barrel to frame. I am calling Glock and returning if possible. Have been aquiring all kind of guns for over 40 years and this is weird for such a popular gun (my first Glock). One side has wider gap then other too. Lined up with another couple plastics and looks like a toy that was left on hot dashboard. Not shooting till I talk to Glock in case they say I missused. Im sure it will shoot but dont know about straight. Never dealt with them before. There is no such thing as 100 percent quality control so maybe a few slipped through. I doubt they want something like this representing them out in public.
This is called "PIG-NOSE" and is very common all the way back to the GEN.1's.
They all do that !
You beat me to it. Yep, the Glock I had, G17, in the early 1990s had a pig-nose too. The only polymer gun I know that has this. To be honest, it does not affect the gun. I guess you can go with it and paint tusks on the front.-JK.